Tear gas and School children
Is it right for police officer to lobe tear gas canisters at Primary School going kids in the name of maintaining law and order?
How can that ever be right. They are minors and such measures should not be taken in any case to maintain order.
If those children doesn't respect the law then the law should check what they are doing wrong. Police should serve and protect. Respect goes where it comes from.
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