Hindustan Times (Chandigarh) - - REGION HINDUSTANTIMES -

The Al­la­habad high court’s ac­quit­tal of the Tal­wars in their daugh­ter, Aarushi, and do­mes­tic help Hem­raj’s mur­der speaks vol­umes of the un­pro­fes­sional ways of in­ves­ti­gat­ing agen­cies. It is a con­cern that the mur­derer has not been traced and brought to jus­tice. It raises doubts about the func­tional ef­fi­ciency of the po­lice and the Cen­tral Bu­reau of In­ves­ti­ga­tion. Aarushi and Hem­raj must get jus­tice and it is the re­spon­si­bil­ity of the state to en­sure that. As of now, it seems no­body killed Aarushi and Hem­raj.

Sub­hash Vaid ac­tion against the of­fi­cials who did not do their jobs prop­erly? The ques­tion, who mur­dered Aarushi, still stares at us. We hope our in­ves­ti­gat­ing agen­cies will stop leak­ing in­com­plete in­for­ma­tion in any case on the ba­sis of which pub­lic opin­ion is cre­ated.

Ka­mal Arora, Panchkula play­ers, who could sell it like a com­mer­cial com­mod­ity. Such a step will make ed­u­ca­tion dearer and a dis­tant dream for the poor and mar­ginal sec­tions of so­ci­ety. Ed­u­ca­tion is a long-term in­vest­ment for the de­vel­op­ment of a na­tion and pro­duc­ing a civilised so­ci­ety. Many pri­vate in­sti­tutes in the ed­u­ca­tion sec­tor will ruin the aca­demic free­dom and erode qual­ity bench­marks and their only aim will be mak­ing money.

Karan Singh Vi­nayak,

Chandi­garh That’s be­cause the PM and his fi­nance min­is­ter do not know. If the PM or­ders his party’s CMS to re­duce state taxes on petrol and diesel, it will be a huge re­lief to most peo­ple be­cause the BJP rules most states. Our rulers must re­mem­ber that it is not the amount of tax col­lected that brings a change, it is how the col­lected amount is spent that does. If th­ese taxes are not spent prop­erly, even col­lect­ing 100 times more tax will be of no use.

Sumeet Seth

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