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7 mercy petitions rejected in 7 months, is Pranab Mukherjee the new Iron Man of Indian politics?

Raj Singh [ Updated 07 Jul 2014, 16:47:51 ]
7 mercy petitions rejected in 7 months, is Pranab Mukherjee the new Iron Man  of Indian politics?
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New Delhi, Feb 16: When Pranab Mukherjee took over as President of India, it was widely expected that he will at least make a difference on matters that require Rashtrapati Bhawan’s  urgent intervention.



The expectation was higher because after a long time, a full time politician who was aware of public sentiments had taken over the reins of Rashtrapati Bhawan. And it will not be wrong to say that Pranab Mukherjee has come true to expectations as far as matters of national security are concerned.




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