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Questions, Questions, Questions

October 28, 1967 blems and has no clear ideas as to how they should be tackled. Meanwhile, the wheels of government continue to move slowly, too slowly. A one-man investigation commission for Kashmir is about to be launched, and the hope is that it will not be another cumbersome, drawn-out affair. The situation in the Valley is ugly, to say the least, and will demand rather unorthodox treatment. However, we continue to wonder at the silence over the killings in Ranchi and elsewhere in Bihar. As far as we are aware, not a single arrest has been ordered. Surely, the communal conspiracy requires wider attention. Belatedly, some prominent leftists, have met to demand stern measures; but the irony is that their parties are members of the governments which permit such heinous crimes and only some two to three mohths ago some of their spokesmen were beating the drums for an alliance with the Jan Sangh.

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