Thursday, November 27, 2008

An Oath..

I would like the Indian Democracy to take an oath today to clean sweep terrorism from this wonderful nation called INDIA...'Our beloved motherland'.I know its very tough to take this decision in which there is a possiblity that we may end up sacrificing many of our countrymen(armymen or policemen)...But let us finish this once and for all;an intensive search operation is required..the whole law and order of the country needs to be addressed aggresively,remember the American Prez who made the terrorists literally Cry after WTC for their wrong deed.Their Soldiers went and hit them inside their own house.....and the result is 'No More Terror Attacks' in USA.The Americans literally made them weep...i think This is the need of the day in INDIA..

3 comments:

pallavi said...

Yes,this is the need of the day in INDIA...

Shirsendu said...

If we Think in another Way


Fighting with terrorism should not only be the duty of government and role of civilians, and civil society is equally significant. Firstly, strong movement is required against all fundamentalist ideologies. We have seen how Hindu fundamentalists went on rampage during the Gujarat riots that needed to be opposed in a strong way. Secondly, unity in diversity should be encouraged at all possible levels. Still demagogue like Raj Thackerray are openly spitting venom and encouraging violence act against fellow human beings. This is a known reality that many of those who are targetted by Raj’s hooligan cadres are from minority community. These regional chauvinists are the real adversary of ‘one India’. No scope should be given to these hate-preachers in our country.

There is also a need for a trained group/task force for handling the situation, which arises after such blasts and strikes. It must consist of security personnel, doctors, nurses, and they should always be on alert. Life can be saved if we have an expert team, rushing at the site of blast to assist the victims.

It is also necessary to have a centralised system of information gathering and disbursement. There is a need for one or two toll free phone numbers, which any body can take information from about victims after such strike or in the case of natural calamity. It is far from understanding that why until date government has not thought of such a mechanism for a country like India, which is not only big in geographical term, but has vast population and diversity in the terms of languages as well. It is also necessary that if anybody has any suspicion then he or she can call a toll free number and can share the information with the government. No such method is available. Even if someone finds something suspicious, he chooses to remain quiet, as majority do not want to deal with local ’khaki’ clad. Government must provide an option to those who want to share any information without being harassed. Unfortunately as of now, no such thing exists in our nation.

Finally, I want to pay my sincere homage to all those who had lost their lives in this terrorist act. I express my deepest condolences to the family and friends of the victims, and want to assure them that they are not alone, this entire nation is equally depressed at the loss of lives. Put a brave face against the enemies of humanity and do not let them succeed in their motive of terrorising us.

Santosh said...

Usually our government takes some action after a blast or an attack has taken place, instead of doing this; government should take some proactive action to avoid such attacks. Continuously many blasts have taken place in many cities with a small gap; still government didn’t take any proactive action, civilians also should support to government