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Brinda slams SC stand on honour Killing

delhi Updated: Dec 12, 2009 00:46 IST
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CPM Member Brinda Karat

CPM Member Brinda Karat on Friday criticised the Supreme Court judgement of Thursday commuting the death sentence of the accused in an honour killing of an Ezhava boy from Kerala who married an upper-caste girl from UP and lived in Mumbai.

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