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rohan bendre

Rookie - 81 Points (25 december 1983 / dombivali)

Oppose the Army men


The Painful Training was at it's High.
Pain is what the Training All About.
An Innocent Life was at Stake
The Word Suitable to describe the Training was the word Fake
Training is what the Army would Relate
Rarely did the Staff cared About the Poor Pig's Fate
A Murder is what the Ultimate Result was
How can Anybody accept such a Bloody Technique which detoriorates somebody's Physique?
It is Every Human's Responsibility to take a Positive Stand
A Murderer is what we should Brand
What is needed is Quick Action
The need of Hour is Animal Protection
Protecting Animals is as important as protecting the Country.
Take Action against the Army men who torture Animals under the excuse of Education.

Submitted: Monday, October 21, 2013
Edited: Monday, October 21, 2013

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