ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Repercussions of an Assassination

Repercussions of an Assassination

THE assassination of L N Mishra, at this point in the tension-packed debate on the subversion of the political system by the ruling party and the need to find a workable alternative, causes repercussions of a kind which will compel change. Not only are the politicians disturbed by their own insecurity, but the Prime Minister can no longer pretend that the disenchantment with her style of rule, to which the national Press has given considerable prominence, is a figment of the imagination of some disgruntled journalists. Political sense demands a full recognition of this fact and speedy corrections in policy and functioning.

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