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In today’s featured cartoon, Sandeep Adhwaryu comments on the deployment of police personnel in Uttar Pradesh’s Hathras to keep both the media as well as member of political parties away.
R. Prasad has a sharp take on the hurried, forced burning of the body of the woman who was allegedy gangraped in Hathras, and on the SIT’s proposal to conduct a narco test on her family.
Nala Ponnappa provides a grim reminder that many rape cases go unreported in the country, drawing a parallel with the Covid crisis.
E.P. Unny takes a swipe at the Uttar Pradesh police blocking Opposition leaders from entering Hathras.
Alok Nirantar illustrates the ‘strings’ being pulled by the BJP as ally Chirag Paswan has decided to go solo for the upcoming Bihar elections.
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