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Nitish Katara was an executive in Delhi when he was murdered in the early hours of February 17, 2002. The son of an IAS officer in the Ministry of Shipping, he had recently graduated from the Institute of Management and Technology, Ghaziabad, where he had fallen in love with his classmate, Bharati Yadav. It is widely believed that he was murdered by Bharati's brother Vikas Yadav.

Bharti Yadav is the daughter of DP Yadav, well-known criminal leader in Western Uttar Pradesh who has also served as a member of the Indian Parliament. The family apparently did not approve of the alliance, and Nitish was threatened several times. He was finally kidnapped and battered to death with a hammer before his body was dumped and burned.

A declasse act in fact, the most classless act of all.

What do the murder of Jessica Lall and the acquittal of her murderers have in common with the ongoing but probably equally fruitless trial of Nitish Katara? These are cases where the rich and powerful literally get away with their POWER..

Dynamite can do great good when used in the right way. It can pave the way for new buildings, schools, lakes, highways, and numerous other projects which will benefit mankind. In the wrong hands, though, it can be used to take life, often thousands of lives. Young people have the same potential for good or bad.

This is the time to wake up...we young guns have already shown the system our power..be it through protests or candlelight vigils..

Now is the time to really reach out to the masses so that we can make a DIFFERENCE!


Hats off to Mrs. Neelam Katara ! WE ARE ALL TOGETHER !

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