You don’t cry: a poem on Afzal Guru

You don’t cry: a poem on Afzal Guru

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By Manu Kant You don’t cry when the bourgeois state puts your loved ones to death.   I didn’t become emotional. I am sure neither the teenage son of Afzal cried. I am sure Tabassum didn’t cry.   You either erupt in a spontaneous revolt and wage an unremitting battle until the victory or you just become stock-still turn your thoughts into a grand memorial to the departed one.   I didn’t cry. Perhaps, I had no reason to cry. Afzal Guru was a Kashmiri and I am from India. Afzal Guru was a Muslim by faith and I was

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