Is collective conscience of Indians uniting to pardon Sanjay Dut?
Or; The mindset is troubling as the facts about the mindset are enshrined in the article, ‘Sanjay Dutt’s punishment & Hindutva mindset’. That ‘Pardon won’t be easy for Sanjay Dutt’: WHY?
Why not to satisfy the collective conscience of the society in case of Sanjay Dutt by pardoning him? There should not be any hitch and the restriction should also not come in the way to pardon Sanjay Dutt before the united Collective Conscience of Indians. Why is the collective conscience of Indians not coming to a meeting point including of the media and others opposing Sanjay Dutt?
THE CONVICTION IS the discretion of a judge and a president (a government) in India: Nothing is to hide or lie about this reality in India especially in face of and when the world looks like a Village because of internet communicating skill and facilities etc, though still that not available with the larger part of population. Moreover, presently to raise the question of violation of human rights anytime and anywhere has become necessity individually and or collectively in the world.
For Example: Whereas the death sentence of the main accused former B.J.P. minister Maya Kodnani (murderer of 97 Muslims) converted to life where the Judge said that “The Judge could not overlook the fact that 139 countries have repealed the death sentence, this court believes the use of death undermines human dignity.”
VERSUS But a Muslim, Mohammad Afzal Guru convicted and executed to death on questionable (dubious, doubtful, uncertain, open to discussion-moot, disputed, debatable) evidence, where Judge observed that participation of accused had “shaken the entire nation and the collective conscience of the society will be satisfied if capital punishment is awarded to the offender.”
In view of the above-this, the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC), Amritsar and the government of Punjab especially Shiromani Akali Dal filed an application that the case of Balwant Singh Rajoana is different to consider in all respects with a many inconsistencies and contradictions in prosecution stories, unbelievable in law to be and being suspicious and untrue, clashing with each other and totally also a humanitarian case including all those grounds of his suffering for about 18 years in tortuous place, confined in prison and in condemned cell of Jail, under worst conditions than Sanjay Dutt to quit Balwant Singh Rajoana now. Similarly, the Sikh Vichar Manch felt and repeatedly pleaded, “the case of Balwant Singh Rajoana is different to consider in all respects with a many inconsistencies and contradictions in prosecution stories, unbelievable in law to be and being suspicious and untrue, clashing with each other and totally also a humanitarian case to quit him respectfully and the Congress MP Ravneet Singh Bittu may please remember my personal submission before him and his entire family with regard to this exceptional case”, and, “The Constitution of India does not fulfill the wish of such a person, who is ready and willing to be getting hanged while protesting against the atrocities committed against his minority community unchecked in India especially since the year 1984 and now under the circumstances”.