The need for this policy and a holistic approach has been brought out in the research report compiled by the Observer Research Foundation (ORF) Mumbai.
Sudheendra Kulkarni, who was attacked by the Shiv Sena activists last month over the launch of a book by former Pakistani Foreign Minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri, also said Pakistan should "stop with a heavy hand" the cross-broder terrorism.
Breaking its silence, the Akademi took to pacifying the authors who accused it of not speaking out against the killings of writers and rationalists besides on incidents like Dadri lynching and ink attack on Sudheendra Kulkarni.
Sayeed expressed grave concern over incidents of mob lynching saying people cannot be allowed to take law into their own hands.
Among those arrested is Gajanand Patil, Shakha Pramukh (branch chief) of Shiv Sena, said police. The other accused were identified as Dinesh Prasad, Ashok Waghmare, Prakash Husbe, Samadhan Jadhav and Venkatesh Nair, they said.
Justifying its protests against Kasuri, the defiant Shiv Sena also refused to withdraw its protest against Pakistan.
Shiv Sena activists allegedly smeared black ink on the ORF chairman for organizing former Pakistan foreign minister‘s book launch in Mumbai
Former BJP member and Columnist, Sudheendra Kulkarni spend the last 52 days in Tihar jail, as one of the main accused in the cash-for-vote case of 2008. Talking to CNBC-TV18, on the special show, Beautiful People, Kulkarni said going ahead; he is sure the 'innocence' of those who acted as whistleblowers will be conclusively established.
Senior BJP leader L K Advani's former aide Sudheendra Kulkarni today appeared before a Delhi court in response to its summons for his alleged role in the 2008 cash-for-vote scam.
Senior BJP leader L K Advani's former aide Sudheendra Kulkarni, summoned by a Delhi court for his alleged role in the 2008 cash-for-vote scam, on Monday failed to appear before it and pleaded that he be exempted from personal appearance for the day.