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Why Kejriwal’s decision on Kanhaiya has left Karan Thapar perplexed?

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Yes, if you have not, you must read What Karan Thapar has to say about the way Arvind Kejriwal and his government handled the sedition case against Kanhaiya Kumar.

Karan ThaparKaran has in fact questioned Kejriwal’s understanding regarding law of sedition. He has also opined that Kejriwal government refused to exercise the authority it had in such matters and chose ‘not to intervene’.

Hindustan Times, in its Sunday Edition (March 8, 2020) has carried Karan Thapar’s Column Sunday Sentiments.

You can read ‘Why Arvind Kejriwal is wrong on Kanhaiya’ HERE

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