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Fundamental rights

The title of the article, `One murder is alright' (Business Line, July 17) itself exposes the "political effrontery" in bringing a Bill to circumvent the Supreme Court directions and the Election Commission's order. Such a move attempts to hoodwink the people and take away their right to know about the assets, antecedents and qualification of candidates standing for election to legislative bodies. Will the Government safeguard the fundamental rights of the people?

A. Jacob Sahayam

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