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NCB dropping charges against Aryan Khan doesn’t excuse its misconduct. Compensate victims

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Like thousands of innocents implicated in specious police cases every year, Aryan Khan has suffered punishment for a crime he didn’t commit. The Narcotics Control Bureau’s decision to drop charges doesn’t excuse its egregious misconduct in pursuing a case unsupported by evidence. Those responsible must be punished, and victims compensated.

Bengal appointing CM as VC is pushback from non-BJP states. BJP’s opposition is hypocritical

Bengal government’s move to replace governor with CM as Chancellor of universities is another pushback from non-BJP-ruled states against Centre. Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu have already made similar moves. BJP’s opposition is hypocritical. It’s Gujarat government that appoints V-Cs. It should be left to elected governments to run state universities.

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