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Newslaundry mocks people killed in West Bengal Panchayat poll violence

“Newslaundry mocks people killed in West Bengal Panchayat poll violence, invents theory that the murders happened due to ‘personal enmity’”, Opindia, July 18, 2023:

“On 13th July, during the Hafta program, where Newslaundry discusses the most talked about topics of the world, the panellists openly mocked the people who were recently killed during West Bengal Panchayat polls.

Abhinandan Sekhri, co-founder and CEO of Newslaundry, gave a bizarre theory that the murders during elections were not political murders but might have happened due to “personal enmity”. Though the episode’s content is paid, they publish a small version on YouTube that can be seen here.

At the 1:10 minute mark into the video on YouTube, Abhinandan Sekhri said, “I think it’s possible, it’s the thesis worth exploring, that if anyone has any enmity with anyone let’s wait for elections, pel denge [we will beat the person]. What else? I think that’s a very reasonable and rational Theory….”

Read the full article at Opindia.com

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  1. This Sekhri fellow is a certified idiot. Only hardcore leftists take such fools seriously. To them, NOTHING is attributable to Islamic bullying. Everything has an alternative explanation in their make-believe sekoolar world.

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