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Saturday, 15 November 2008

We should first fight against Naxalites (Red Terror)


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Which is the terror form India should fight first? Is it Islamic Terror or Saffron Terror? I think the first terror form that has to be fought is the Red Terror (Naxalites).


They are longest surviving terrorists of the Independent Indian society, spanning across the country and spreading across religious and regional barriers. Naxals run their own governments in many tribal areas of the country. They collect taxes and do so-called “welfare activities” (which are nothing more than a sham). They are not accountable for the taxes collected. Naxals mercilessly kill candidates and voters who take part in democratic processes like the elections. This is evident from the havoc they wreaked during the first phase of pools in Chatisgarh.


Naxalites pretend themselves to be protectors of the poor but are no better than the merciless landlords whom they are supposed to fight against. They control people with terror and strong arm tactics. They frequently target law enforcing agencies in the form of mine blasts. Many tribals are fed up with their presence and want to come out of it. However any rebellion is quelled with the same old tools of murder, arson, looting, rape, torture, etc.


Naxals are more merciless towards the civil society than the hardcore terrorist groups. They don’t mind taking help from India’s enemies across the border to carry on with their nefarious activities. Use of sophisticated weapons in their attacks is a clear pointer towards external support. Their influence has been growing off late in southern states also. It is time that the civil society came together and raised its voice against the Red Terror. If these forces are not eliminated mercilessly, in a few years from now, we may be heading for a civil war. We require huge budgets and a dedicated force to fight this form of terror. Most importantly, all those political formations which support their ideology must be banned.


Balu


Mr Hayden we dont need foreign assistance in demeaning India


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Mr. Mathew Hayden one of the members of the vanquished Australian cricket team has called India “a third world country”. This is on a day when the Indian tri-color was proudly placed on the Moon by Chandrayaan-1.


I quote him “Often we find ourselves with hands on hips waiting for someone to either “face up” or someone in the sightboard to move away; all the little frustrations that happen in Third World countries


I abhor anybody who calls India a third world country. How would Mr. Hayden feel if we called Australia as “a land of convicts”? Possibly, he would file a racist complaint against the speaker. If Hayden calling “India as a third world country” is acceptable, then what is wrong with the supposed “monkey” remarks which were supposed to have been made against a team-mate of his? Monkey is a common word in India for anybody who irritates.


On expected lines, BCCI has kept mum. After all they kept a mum when Gautam Gambhir was banned for a test match by Mr. Chris Broad and they also kept mum when the same match referee fined Ponting just 20% match fees instead of banning him for slow over rate.


ICC presidency is more important than fairness of justice.


Ensuring the participation of stars like Mathew Hayden and Ricky Ponting in IPL is more important than the national development being slurred.


Having the support of Cricket Australia to strangulate the growth of ICL is more important than national pride.


What concern the BCCI are its coffers and annihilation of ICL, other things can wait. Dil ki awaz bole mange paisa more.


Hope the Government of India wakes up and atleast sends a verbal rejoinder to the Australian Government to refrain her distinguished citizens from demeaning other countries. We have enough authors desperate for Booker to demean the country, no need for foreign assistance on the subject.




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