Wednesday, November 21, 2012
AZMAL KASAB PAYS THE PRICE - THE TERRORIST HANGED - TERRORISM DOESN'T PAY - MAY THE SOULS OF HIS VICTIMS NOW R.I.P.
PAYS THE PRICE
MAY THE SOULS
OF HIS VICTIMS
He was the lone surviving gunman in the Mumbai attack of November 26, 2008 and he is understood to have been kept at the Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai all this time.
Finally, the entire Judicial process came to an end, including the rejection of the prayer for Presidential Pardon.
Now, thankfully, Justice has been done in the fiarest manner possible and Ajmal Kasab has been hanged in the high-security Yerwada Jail in Pune. May the Souls of his Victims now Rest in Peace.
The Terrorists across the border are still unrepentant and that is what India has to take serious note of.
The world should take note of the extreme Patience, sense of Justice and regard for legal process that India displayed in all these four years – despite clinching evidence of Kasab’s crimes. There can never be more proof on any killing anywhere in the world, as India could produce before the world, in respect the terrorist attack and killings by Kasab and his accomplices.
If Pakistan is still in denial mode, it has to realize that this denial mode and the closing of eyes to terrorist activities on its soil are primarily responsible for all its ills, national and international.
Unfortunately, India also has to pay the price for Pakistan’s Blindness, being such a geographically close neighbor.
India and the rest of the world must never accept Pakistan’s argument, that it is itself a sufferer of terrorism. True, it is, but the blame for it rests squarely on Pakistan. It need not suffer terrorism – unless it wants to breed it on its soil. Terrorism in Pakistan directly stems from its “HATE OTHERS” system of Education. Until it stop its Hate campaign against others – it will have no right to talk of terrorism on its soil or elsewhere in the world.
If USA had to find out its MOST WANTED TERRORIST inside Pakistan and kill him there – Pakistan has to blame itself, for harbouring on its soil, such heinous terrorists against other countries like USA and India.
The President of India and the Government of India deserve warm congratulations. 4 years may be long by International standards – but in Indian conditions, it is not that long.
I only wish that the Government of India and the State Governments in India show GREATER RESOLVE in punishing the local bullies who take away our own FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION – and get away with it.
If we tolerate a known bully today, he will become ten bullies by next month, a hundred bullies by next year and who knows, he may graduate into a terrorist tomorrow. Let us not commit the same mistakes as Pakistan.
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