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Hiding behind the brave soldier dying on the border...

Don't defend Free Speech
Because soldiers are dying on the border

Bajrang Dal is killing someone for eating meat
Because soldiers are dying on the border

Don't question journalists broadcasting doctored videos
Because soldiers are dying on the border

Shiv Sena is beating up young lovers on Valentine's Day
Because soldiers are dying on the border

Don't stand up for Human Rights
Because soldiers are dying on the border

Lawyers are beating up innocent students
Because soldiers are dying on the border

Don't speak up against a cruel insensitive govt
Because soldiers are dying on the border

RSS is running a hate campaign against Muslims & Christians
Because soldiers are dying on the border

Don't stand for civil liberties
Because soldiers are dying on the border

Let's take away civil liberties
Because soldiers are dying on the border

Hide your cowardice and failure
Behind the brave soldier dying on the border

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