The points raised by Prabir Ghosh, in his interview in DD News regarding the killing of Narendra Dabholkar

Prabir Ghosh

Prabir Ghosh

The points raised by Prabir Ghosh, in his interview in Doordarshan News (National) on 21st August, 2013 at 8.15 pm regarding the killing of Narendra Dabholkar, an anti-superstition activist in Pune on 20th August, 2013:–

1. What would have the Maharash tra Government done, in case the victim had been its Chief Minister, instead of Narendra Dabholkar? Simple, the miscreants would have been arrested within a couple of hours of the incident. Then, why is the delay in this case? Doesn’t it seem that the local administration is showing its premeditated apathy to safeguard religious “Godman”, who are usually very powerful & influential?

2. Aren’t the Chief Minister & Law Minister of Maharashtra aware of The DRUGS AND COSMETICS (AMENDMENT) ACT, 2009, the prevailing statute, which can put the imposters like the so-called “Godman” or anyone, claiming to possess “miraculous” power in prison for a period of 10 years?

Narendra Dabholkar

Narendra Dabholkar

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7 Responses to “The points raised by Prabir Ghosh, in his interview in DD News regarding the killing of Narendra Dabholkar”

  1. Dr Neha 22 August 2013 at 5:04 PM #

    Right! I believe every person of our country should raise these questions.

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    AAMRA JUKTIBADI 22 August 2013 at 6:41 PM #

    Wonderful! And to the point. It simply shows that those occult practitioners have enough muscle and money power! And these two are directly connected to police apathy.
    Prabir Ghosh’s revelation of the Drug & cosmetics act is an eye-opener! It should help all state governments, if they choose to use it.

  3. NonMuggle 23 August 2013 at 12:10 PM #

    Dear Muggles,
    If somebody has done black magic on me then where to go to get it cut or learn how to cut it.
    Answer me if u have.
    I think u cannot even understand the question because the occult practitioners are hidden however everyone will tell about the person who cut it.
    You people are against the person who cut it and harasse the person helping the person affected by black magic and that should not be allowed. So why the stupid policy of put your head in sand and don’t believe in black magic when the other person doing the black magic daily.
    We should learn black magic and try to protect our self from the black magicians.
    Creating an army of magicians to fight the evil magician.
    I see poor little lives suffering in the hands of evil.
    Did u never decide to fight back? Keep on cribbing like a widow.
    You cannot cut an iron with a candle.You require an iron “SAW”.
    So rather than raising points you should try and shoot the occult with magic.
    Rather then preachings like “Gandhi Ji”, why don’t you teach the subject some black magic/white magic and empower them so that poor beings can protect themself and throw magic bomb on black magician the way “Bhagat Singh” threw bomb on the English.
    In Pune city the lemon cost is 2 pieces for 5 bucks and cost is rising not because of inflation but because of both black magician and white magician use the same goddamn lemon.
    I’m sorry for my poor knowledge of magic if I hurt any magical /non magical sentiments .However I am not a “Muggle” like u who does not believe in magic.

  4. Shashidhar Patil 24 August 2013 at 10:59 AM #

    In India Godmen and Godwomen are the Government themselves. Then which God can protect us. There was once Abraham Kovoor and H Narasimhaiah.

  5. asok kumar das 26 August 2013 at 12:15 PM #

    Dear Mr. Non Muggles(?),

    I,by the influence of my grandmother and ‘Dhaima’and their fancy stories was also as idiot as you are still now and believe in Black Magic and such other superstitious things and go to sleep silently hiding my head in their lap. The belief is as funny mental disease as the belief in god, ghost, witches etc. It is as enjoyable as viewing the magic shown by the babaji matajis to deceive their foolish disciples. I also in my childhood enjoyed the disease as I enjoy now scratching ring worms those housed on my back.

    Once grown, the belief in such superstition is almost an incurable disease except in the cases where the patients owning a fearless strong mind and humanly rational brain. You need not feel ashamed for catching such disease. Even many highly educated people including the President, Chief Justice, Chief Ministers of many countries are affected by the disease of superstition. Many great men, scientist, professors,judges, ministers are miserably affected.
    And now you seek ways to escape the black magician. You want to fight back the ‘bad’ black magicians by ‘good’ black magician. Right? And so you want to see superstition to continue and Dabholkar’s movement be stopped and as such you want to see all Dabholkar be killed by good pious men who upheld religion and superstition. Right?
    So what should you do now. First you should go to a doctor who treats mental disease. Doubt in everything you believe so long. Be a member of any rationalist organisation. Read books on rationalism and humanism. Also read imaginative religious books to understand their emptiness. Hate the false idea of gods, ghosts or witches- and hate the idea of black magic. One day you will be a fearless freeman. No black magician, bad god, good god,good ghost bad ghost, spirits, babaji jyotishi of the religioun bazar can harm you any more. You need mental treatment first.OK? Wish your early cure.

  6. Madhusudan Mahato 26 August 2013 at 3:43 PM #

    Every Govt. should think about it.

  7. biplab das 26 August 2013 at 10:32 PM #

    ” So what should you do now. First you should go to a doctor who treats mental disease. Doubt in everything you believe so long. Be a member of any rationalist organisation. Read books on rationalism and humanism “…………………ha ha ha…..good answer by sri asok kumar das


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