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GUWAHATI, Aug 1 � The hanging of Yakub Memon was described by the Octogenarian Club of Guwahati as a shining example of the glory and efficacy of India�s judicial system, superseding all petty loyalties and prejudices based on political affiliation and religious faith.

The association, in its meeting held today under the presidentship of Prof Mahesh Chandra Bhuyan, sharply criticised the anti-national outbursts of the two well-known politicians and lawyers of the country in denigrating and questioning India�s liberal and enlightened judicial system only under the influence of narrow political design and religious angularity.

Initiating the discussion, Dhiren Chandra Sarma, Barrister and former Law Secretary of Assam and Registrar of Gauhati High Court, in an analytical discourse justified the hanging of the traitor and killer and cited a number of precedence and examples throughout the world substantiating the legal justification and social obligation of sending Yakub Memon to the gallows.

Recalling his personal experiences as a Judge, Sarma congratulated the TADA Court Judge, who in course of a limited time and after perusal of thousands of pages of evidences and also after examining hundreds of witnesses, had passed the judgment.

Veteran journalist DN Chakravartty said that the stand taken by some of the Indian people in the wake of the Court�s decision to hang Yakub Memon could never be justified and that such forces should be subdued by all means in the interest of the safeguarding of the sovereignty and integrity of the country.

The association also paid glowing tributes in memory of Dr APJ Abdul Kalam and described him as the greatest and noblest personality of the entire Indian history. The association also, while condoling the death of Bijoy Krishna Handique, described him as one of the noblest politician of modern Assam.

Dr Atul Chandra Sarma, former Director of Health, explained the significance and importance of World Breast Feeding Week which commenced today. He also stressed the need for protecting the health of pregnant women and lactating mothers and also stressed the need for removing all misconceptions regarding breast feeding.

Sailen Medhi, senior advocate, Dr Aswini Adhikari, Ajit Kumar Borkakoty, Dr Surya Kanta Bharali, Prof KC Sarma, Amal Chandra Hazarika and Kumud Chandra Das took part in the discussion. Deepali Sarma recited a self-composed poem.

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Octogenarian body lauds judicial system

GUWAHATI, Aug 1 � The hanging of Yakub Memon was described by the Octogenarian Club of Guwahati as a shining example of the glory and efficacy of India�s judicial system, superseding all petty loyalties and prejudices based on political affiliation and religious faith.

The association, in its meeting held today under the presidentship of Prof Mahesh Chandra Bhuyan, sharply criticised the anti-national outbursts of the two well-known politicians and lawyers of the country in denigrating and questioning India�s liberal and enlightened judicial system only under the influence of narrow political design and religious angularity.

Initiating the discussion, Dhiren Chandra Sarma, Barrister and former Law Secretary of Assam and Registrar of Gauhati High Court, in an analytical discourse justified the hanging of the traitor and killer and cited a number of precedence and examples throughout the world substantiating the legal justification and social obligation of sending Yakub Memon to the gallows.

Recalling his personal experiences as a Judge, Sarma congratulated the TADA Court Judge, who in course of a limited time and after perusal of thousands of pages of evidences and also after examining hundreds of witnesses, had passed the judgment.

Veteran journalist DN Chakravartty said that the stand taken by some of the Indian people in the wake of the Court�s decision to hang Yakub Memon could never be justified and that such forces should be subdued by all means in the interest of the safeguarding of the sovereignty and integrity of the country.

The association also paid glowing tributes in memory of Dr APJ Abdul Kalam and described him as the greatest and noblest personality of the entire Indian history. The association also, while condoling the death of Bijoy Krishna Handique, described him as one of the noblest politician of modern Assam.

Dr Atul Chandra Sarma, former Director of Health, explained the significance and importance of World Breast Feeding Week which commenced today. He also stressed the need for protecting the health of pregnant women and lactating mothers and also stressed the need for removing all misconceptions regarding breast feeding.

Sailen Medhi, senior advocate, Dr Aswini Adhikari, Ajit Kumar Borkakoty, Dr Surya Kanta Bharali, Prof KC Sarma, Amal Chandra Hazarika and Kumud Chandra Das took part in the discussion. Deepali Sarma recited a self-composed poem.