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Question who broke the laws of a fair fight in the battle of Kurukshaytra first in the hindu epic Mahabharata and how ?

Was it the Pandavas or the Kauravas?

WHY ?

Were they right in doing so?

Had you been in their shoes would you have done the same and why or why not?
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