Yes, that was a wake-up call for all of us. I mean, not just Indians but all those who believe that terrorism is a unpardonable offence. Though our dear neighbors proclaim the same, but then we know what they are and how reliable their tall claims have been in the past – recent and distant.
I have nothing personal against A particular religion, I mean Islam. I believe in God for the sake of my family’s happiness. Personally, I feel that you have to take a call on whats good and whats not. Something that will hurt others is not good, we learnt in our childhood. So I believe in Karma.This morning, I saw on a news channel that Mumbai’s Muslims have wrote a letter to the State administration. They object the cremation of the alleged terrorists, gunned down by the armed forces, in any of the Muslim cremation grounds here.
So, I presume that, one section of the society has already responded to the wake-up call. And now it is the turn of all those who have not yet made up our mind to fight terrorism. And also all these politicians too, who are notorious of being soft on certain issues – especially when elections are looming on their head.
Lets unite, fight the menaces simultaneously – the political terrorism and the insurgent terrorism. We are fortunately a few months away from making a difference. Hope, we make a LARGE DIFFERENCE soon.
With these pack of jokers (politicians) how can we fight terrorists? The average age of the terrorists was around 22-24 years – young blood. While the average age of our politicians is 65 years (plus). Come on, they need a break, they have already over worked for no good of the nation. When the government notified age for retirement is 58 (or 60) years, why do we have senior citizens there. At most they should be allowed access to the garden besides the parliament.
Change the way you look and the world will change. But think – try – do, else we would be in a catch 22 situation. Either we would not be there to tell our future generation what wrong we did to the nation – OR – our future generation would not be there. They way terrorists zero on soft targets, would we be surprised if a hotel is replaced by a hospital (already saw a trailer) and a cinema hall is replaced by a school or a garden.
They (both, terrorists and politicians) take us for granted because we take ourselves for granted and let them too.
You disagree? I can prove you wrong.
How dare a Deputy Chief Minister say, “itney badey sheher mein ek haadsa ho jata hai” (in such a big city one incident can happen). Of course, one reason, he has not lost his near and dear ones. And then it takes 2 days for him to resign his post – taking moral responsibility.
Morals and value !!! Do you think they ever have them?? I feel that ethics, morals, empathy and character are the ‘absolute have-nots’ to enter politics. If there are exceptions, please come out – one billion plus people are desperately seeking a leader.
No Obama visible in India, who can be a change agent.