As always, the security forces could not track down the killers. Only a curfew was imposed which has never been effective enough to halt such killings.
It was the same man, Narendra Modi of BJP and the chief minister of Gujarat in 2001, who orchestrated the deadly riot against the province's Muslim population that killed 2,000 Muslims, injured many more, destroyed hundreds of thousands of Muslim businesses with the mandatory condition to Muslim survivors who were still hiding in fear, that it was safe for them to return only if they converted to traditional Hinduism. With the wave of heathen fundamentalism sweeping across India, this primitive racist is likely set to win the May 2014 polls.
Violence in India's general elections is another issue with a long and bloody history. According to the police, the recent killing spree against Muslims in Assam had more than one reason. Some observers see it as the unleashing of deep animosity harbored by leading members of Assam's fiercely xenophobic Bodo tribe toward the province's Muslim population for not supporting their parliamentary candidate in the May 2014 elections.
On WHAT basis can such communities be rated "better" or different from the Talibans yet their barbarism is accepted with a cool and straight face in the global arena, unlike the latter?
Isn't double standard on evaluating evil itself an evil?