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Bhartiya No. 1 (Nationalist)     09 September 2010

Unfortunately there is no such type of provision in our law is there. 

Such type of crimes and financial embezzlement is not considered a serious crime in India unlike in other advanced countries, where punishment is even 100yrs of imprisonment.

Democratic Indian (n/a)     09 September 2010

I understand your point and fully support what you mean that it is better to distribute food for free to poor rather then let it rot and then supply to alcohol companies etc. Legally it will be next to impossible to prove a case of mass murder in court. We have glaring examples of mass murderers being rewarded, protected and not punished. Example whole world has seen who were the mass murders during 1984 riots and Gujrat riots. But what have courts done in almost 25 years? Nothing, the suffers are dying due to old age by passage of time. A very nice way to deny justice by the way of elimination by process of attrition. We need to understand a glaring fact now that JUSTICE DOES NOT EXIST FOR ANY PRACTICAL PURPOSE IN INDIA.


Ram Ji,U are raising a very much valid issue.


Even if there is no law,yet what u are intending may be tried.


These fools are our CM's and Pm's.


Old and sick,physically and mentally both.

No fire, just ashes.

N.K.Assumi (Advocate)     09 September 2010

What is the meaning of Crimes Against Humanity within the meaning of Rome Statues? Does the meaning confined only to guns and bombs and nuclear weapon?

Democratic Indian (n/a)     10 September 2010

Originally posted by :N.K.Assumi
What is the meaning of Crimes Against Humanity within the meaning of Rome Statues? Does the meaning confined only to guns and bombs and nuclear weapon?

Practically "Crimes Against Hummanity" mean crimes against those have power to decide whether it is "Crimes Against Hummanity". Others who are dependent on them should forget it. Practically, law is only for the powerful and ultra rich. Thousands of years ago Aristotle said a universal truth: "Might is Right" It is true even today, it is always bound to be true for ever. It is for the people to decide how much "might" they want to keep with themselves and how much they want to delegate to those in power. In India we have delegated too much power(might) to the executive and also gave them Constitutional protection.

I agree killing of people by doing nothing and starving them is nothing but crime against humanity. It is highly irresponsible and insensitve statements by SMS and also some other politicians. Only difference is that starving millions to death is silent, it does not make news headlines. It is a bigger crime than any bullet or bomb of terrorist can do. I believe such corruption is bigger danger than terrorism.

N.K.Assumi (Advocate)     10 September 2010

           Dear Fellow Democratic Indian: Article 7 (k) of the Rome Statue reads: Other inhumane acts of a similar character intentionally causing great suffering, or serious injury to body or to mental or physical health. " Let us leave it  to the people of this Great Nation of Mahatma to interpret the meaning of Crimes Against Humanity."

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