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The News Minute| January 8, 2015| 11.13 am IST The brazen attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo has left the world stunned, and the condemnation for the attackers has been universal. Well, almost. A BSP leader, and former Uttar Pradesh minister  Haji Yakoob Qureshi has announced a prize of Rs 51 crores for the attackers, reports Hindustan Times. The paper reports Qureshi as saying that followers of Prophet will punish the satirists and such people deserve death. Full report here.  This is not the first time Qureshi has hit the headlines. It seems in 2006 he declared an reward of Rs. 51 crore for anyone who would kill the Danish cartoonist who had also mocked Prophet Mohammed.It is this money that he is now offering to Charlie Hebdo attackers. Read- Twelve cartoons by journalists at Charlie Hebdo 16 cartoons that show exactly how the world feels about Charlie Hebdo attack
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