Saturday, August 31, 2013

How Old is Old Enough !!!

Old Enough to Rape ... Old Enough to be Hanged !!!

simple... isn't it ? 

And for the pseudo Child right activists...

Please help those children who are charged with crimes like pickpocketing, stealing food and other petty crimes. These categories can be justified with Poorness and lack of parenting arguments.

Anyone who commits Rape and Murder can't be given luxury of being a Juvenile.

Laws should be pressed and enacted in Objectivity by analyzing the crime and circumstances.

Simply following the written codes and procedures without applying our minds objectively on case to case basis defeats the very purpose of having humans in position to decide.

If we can not make the distinction between petty crimes and heinous crimes and if we can not make distinction between a desparate child committing petty crimes like stealing food or pickpocketing and a dangerous mind committing heinous crimes like Rape and Murder, then better have COMPUTERS deciding cases.

I am ashamed today of our system who lets go of a criminal who Raped and Killed a girl, ruined dreams and lives of a family.

Friday, August 23, 2013

Bleeding Humanity

Another day same old story.

Country woke up to disturbing news of a Photojournalist gang raped in broad daylight in South Mumbai, yes you are reading it right South Bombay.  

We have to find some stronger word than Deja Vu to express our Exasperation and Disgust at the Rapes happening day n Night in our society. 

MUMBAI no longer being a safe city for our girls has a lot to with it not being BOMBAY.

1. BOMBAY used to be bustling in night and because we had people (Men and Women) in streets so Crime was lesser.

2. MUMBAI has become synonymous with Moral and Ethical policing. We beat up couples,raid and beat up people in Pubs,Dance Bars and so on... End Result being people are scared to come out and streets are deserted.

DESERTED streets are not good for safety and it is one of the main reasons for crimes like these happening.

I have seen and heard of Bombay where Girls/Boys can be seen at 3-4 am in the morning coming back after movies or parties.

I have seen and heard of Bombay where students/working women would return home late in night using Public transports or Auto Rickshaws.

Having said this about Mumbai let me also put it on record that it is not only in Delhi or Mumbai or big metros.

It is happening in every nook and corner of our country.

We as a society have plummeted to such lows that every time such incident happens we think we can't get any worse and guess what we keep surprise ourselves with such devilish inhuman acts.

We are extremely Hypocritical Society.

One one hand we worship women in various forms like Sita/Durga/Sarashwati and so on for Posturing and on the other hand we Molest/Rape/Burn/Kill our Mothers/Sisters/Daughters/Wives.   

Lastly and most importantly let me say it again


Lets start educating BOYS to respect women by setting examples from our home. 

Show this to your young boys by respecting Mothers/Wives/Daughters of the family and Boys will grow up having these values.

Let's try and build a safer country for our Girls.

Friday, May 1, 2009

Dance of Democracy

We are done with the 3rd phase of polling for general elections 2009. Even in this phase we have seen just about 50 % voters turnout which is hugely disappointing.Do we really need someone to tell us that we need to VOTE ??? Do we really need Ads by various productions,some very dramatic,to convince us that we need to VOTE???

What a shame !!! Have we become so dead that someone has to wake us up from our deep sleep and make us realize that we need to exercise the biggest right of a democracy?
The answer is YES.
But if you ask me if i was really surprised by low Voter turnout, i would say NO.

After 26/11, i was most interested in seeing how the voters of Mumbai will respond.Especially after so much of drama and show of solidarity by either shouting provocative slogans and lighting thousands of candles(read biggest drama of all). We saw some of the biggest losers say some very provocative Stuffs and abuse our politicians.But my question is politicians have not come from Mars.They are one of us.We have chosen them to run our nation.Most of us who come on camera and say so many idealistic things does not even care to Vote.

It has become more of a habit to blame someone else for all our problems. It is time we look deep inside ourselves and start acting instead of just saying.our little little steps can change the world for others. Just think of it and start contributing.

"To Love is to Risk not being Loved in return. To Hope is to Risk Pain. To try is to Risk Failure, but Risk must be taken because the greatest Hazard in life is to Risk nothing"

Saturday, December 20, 2008

Political Circus

When i saw a sea of people finally taking to roads after 26\11 , i had little doubt that this is much more than just showing solidarity with the families of victims. The anger within clearly demanded concrete actions against the perpetrators and not just political blame game.Even after about a month of that dastardly attack on our people where are we in terms of bringing them to book?

When can we really expect a government to see us all as Indians and not as Minorities and Majorities?
Why we always tend to give each and every issue a religious angle?
Is it just for the so called Vote Bank?

But what can we really expect of a government which waits for these kinds of attacks so that it can come up with a hard Anti-Terror law. The political will and resolve is so weak that even a hurdle or two enervates this government.
When the total effort should be towards pressurising the neighbouring country to crack down on terrorist camps, our ministers are busy providing them fuel to deny the evidences we have given them.What does ministers like Antuley are aiming to achieve by questioning the circumstances under which ATS chief Mr. Karkare died?

Our brave soldiers lay their lives in the service of country and these politicians are busy insulting their sacrifices.What does one aim to achieve by questioning "the circumstances under which ATS chief Mr. Karkare died" or "the Batla house encounter" where one of Delhi's police most decorated officer Inspector Sharma lost his life.

Enough is Enough.People are all increasingly becoming impatient by the manner in which these events are dragged forever and often gets forgotten.It is time we get rid of the tag of "Soft Nation" and show to the world that our land and people can not be attacked.