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India: Rationalist killed for campaigning against superstition

August 21, 2013

Maharashtra’s renowned rationalist and anti-superstition activist Dr. Narendra Dabholkar, who was putting pressure on the Congress-NCP government in the state, for a law against superstition and black magic, was shot dead on Tuesday morning in Pune. The BJP and other opposition parties in Maharashtra have reacted sharply and demanded an investigation into Dr.Dabholkar’s murder.

The Economic Times

That’s kind of what’s supposed to happen, isn’t it?


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