Thursday, January 17, 2013


After scams and Delhi Gang rape incident once again there is huge outcry in the country, and this time the culprit is PAKISTAN, whose troops crossed the LOC, intruded into Indian side of border and killed two of our brave soldiers Lance Naik Hemraj and Lance Naik Sudhakar by slitting their throats on January 08, 2013.They even beheaded Hemraj and took his head back to Pakistan crossing all limits of barbarism.

After huge media outcry, there followed the so called tough statement by main opposition BJP with Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj asking for 10 heads of Pakistani troops .

Newly appointed External Affair Minister Salman Khursheed after giving measured and limited statements for quite sometime, took the tough stand and called the incident “inhuman, ghastly and unacceptable”

As usual, our #TheekHai PM came out of sleep after 9 days but surprisingly, this time roared high (seems new script writer has taken charge) & stated –  “there can’t be business as usual with Pakistan anymore”
In the mean time , CM of the Uttar Pradesh Akhilesh Yadav finally visited the home of slain soldier Lance Naik Hemraj in Mathura district and recently Chief of Army Staff General Bikram Singh too visited martyr Hemraj’s family.

That’s the story so far but what’s next? What is the solution? How long will we tolerate these barbaric acts of Pakistan and follow up denials? Is that #AmanKiAsha prank more important than lives of our own soldiers?

Those people or news channels who give a call for measured retaliation are termed as war mongers. So should we remain defensive always? And what about those brave soldiers who are killed by repeated cease fire violations from Pakistan every year?  We just read the news in the scrolls of TV news channels about the killing and then change the channel to some entertainment show. Had there been no head missing from the Hemraj’s body, the killing of these two brave hearts too would have been limited to TV scrolls. 
Can we even imagine the feelings of the mother and wife of martyr Hemraj when they would have seen the headless body of the slain Lance Naik. Hemraj joined the army in 2001 and since then he was mostly posted in border areas. He is survived by his widow, a son of 6 years and two daughters.
He was scheduled to return home in next few days but will never return now…

Slain Lance Naik Sudhakar, former village wrestling champion, is survived by widow and just four months old son .

Similar is the story of hundreds of soldiers who get killed along the border and their story don’t even appear in media.
They are true Indians, they are the ones because of whom we sleep in our bedroom without any worry.
Still there are so called Indians for whom friendship with cross border people is more important than the lives of our soldiers, still there are so called Indians for whom that #AmanKiAsha prank is more important than the lives of our heroes.

I am not in favor of war, war is not the solution but we can’t be defensive always, we need to honor those who laid their lives for us,we need to retaliate, we need to tell them not to mess with us.

Cross border friendship is good but no friendship can be above the lives of our soldiers and I agree 100% with the Gaurav Sawant ,Editor, Strategic affairs, Headlines today that we need to IGNORE pak, we have many adjacent countries ,let be friend with them, cut all the relations with Pakistan, let it bear the COST of back stabbing us again and again.

Don’t know why we all remain so keen to increase contact with Pakistan, start buses and trains, business and all, and what we get in return? Beheading!!

Pakistan will never change unless India shows its power . 

Also this time ,it is the question of morale of our army jawans. Here is what former chief said :

At last, i must say ,if not now,next time "if"  Pakistan does something wrong,India must act and India must act "tough".

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