கருப்புதினமாகக் கொண்டாடிய காஷ்மீர மக்களும், குண்டுகளைப் பொழிந்த பாகிஸ்தானியரும், குண்டுகள் வெடிக்கப்பட்ட மணிப்பூரும்: சுதந்திரநாள் கொண்டாடப்பட்டவிதம்!

கருப்புதினமாகக் கொண்டாடிய காஷ்மீர மக்களும், குண்டுகளைப் பொழிந்த பாகிஸ்தானியரும், குண்டுகள் வெடிக்கப்பட்ட மணிப்பூரும்: சுதந்திரநாள் கொண்டாடப்பட்டவிதம்!

 

சுதந்திர நாள் கொண்டாட்டம் என்றால் மகிழ்ச்சியுடன் கொண்டாடுவதை விட்டு, ஏதோ தீவிரவாத தாக்குதல் தடுப்பு தினமாகக் கொண்டாடப்படுவதைப் போன்ற சூழ்நிலை இந்தியாவில் உருவாகி வருகிறது. இப்படி பயந்து கொண்டே கொண்டாடுவது கொண்டாட்டமா என்று தெரியவில்லை.

 

வழக்கம்போல பிரிவினைவாத, அடிப்படைவாத, இந்திய-எதிர்ப்பு காஷ்மீர முஸ்லீம் மக்கள் சுதந்திரதினத்தை கருப்பு நாளாகக் கொண்டாடி பெருமை சேர்த்துள்ளனர்[1].

 

பாகிஸ்தானியர்கள் கடந்த 11 நாட்களில், ஏழு முறை சட்டங்களை / ஒழுங்கை மீறி எல்லைப்புறங்களில் துப்பாக்கி சூட்டை நடத்தி, இந்திய வீரர்களுக்கு குண்டுகளை கொடுத்துள்ளது[2].

 

மணிப்பூரிலேயோ, குண்டுகள் வெடித்தே சுதந்திர நாள் கொண்டாடப்பட்டுள்ளது[3].

 

ஆனால், பிரதமந்திரியோ பத்திரமாக, குண்டு துளைக்காத கண்ணாடி கவசத்தின் பின்னாக நின்று கொண்டு, உணர்ச்சியே இல்லாமல் தயார் செய்து கொடுத்த பேச்சை தட்டுத் தடுமாறி இந்தியில் பேசி முடித்துள்ளார்.

 

அதுமட்டுமல்லாது, பல இடங்களில் உளறிக் கொட்டியுள்ளார் என்று ஊடகங்கள் எடுத்துக் காட்டியுள்ளனர்[4].


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5 பின்னூட்டங்கள் மேல் “கருப்புதினமாகக் கொண்டாடிய காஷ்மீர மக்களும், குண்டுகளைப் பொழிந்த பாகிஸ்தானியரும், குண்டுகள் வெடிக்கப்பட்ட மணிப்பூரும்: சுதந்திரநாள் கொண்டாடப்பட்டவிதம்!”

  1. vedaprakash Says:

    Kashmiris observe Indian Independence Day as Black Day
    Thursday, August 16, 2012 From Print Edition
    International – The News
    http://www.thenews.com.pk/Todays-News-2-126738-Kashmiris-observe-Indian-Independence-Day-as-Black-Day

    MIRPUR, AJK: India’s Independence Day was observed as Black Day by Jammu and Kashmir people living at both sides of the line of control and rest of the world on Wednesday.

    In Muzaffarabad, complete strike was observed. The people from all walks of life including men and women and children, all political parties workers, students and employees associations merged into big public rally. They marched to the headquarters of United Nations observers, led by deputy speaker AJ&K Legislative Assembly Shaheen Kousar Dar and other political leaders, with a memorandum requesting and reminding them of their promises made to Kashmiris and worst kind of state terrorism in Indian Occupied Kashmir.

    The memorandum stated that India being an aggressor in Kashmir, had no legal, moral and ethical right to celebrate Independence, as it was occupying a large part of the State of Jammu and Kashmir, against the will of people since 1947, ignoring the partition plan.

  2. vedaprakash Says:

    On I-Day, Pak sends sweets, then bullets
    PTI | Aug 16, 2012, 02.26AM IST
    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/On-I-Day-Pak-sends-sweets-then-bullets/articleshow/15510028.cms

    JAMMU: Hours after exchange of sweets and greetings on the Indo-Pak border between troops of the two sides, Pakistan rangers on Wednesday fired at Indian forward post in Samba sector, violating ceasefire for the seventh time in the past 11 days.

    “There was small arms firing at Indian border outpost of Pansar along International Border in Samba sector around late this afternoon,” a senior BSF officer said. Firing by Pakistan rangers started around 3.30pm and was on intermittently, the officer said, adding that BSF troops guarding the borderline replied back. There was no injury or damage caused in the firing.

    There have been 31 ceasefire violations this year followed by 51 cases in 2011 and 44 cases in 2010. The recent firings and ceasefire violations by Pakistan come close on the heels of detection of a 400-meter-long tunnel in Samba sector on July 28and subsequent lodging of protest over the tunnel issue on July 31. “All activities across LoC are continuously monitored. Measures like strengthening of defences, deployment and military modernization are factored into our plans,” officials said.

  3. vedaprakash Says:

    Blasts mar I-Day celebrations in Manipur
    by IBOYAIMA LAITHANGBAM in The Hindu dated 16-08-2012
    http://www.thehindu.com/news/article3774885.ece

    PTI Security personnel along with bomb squad investigate at the site of explosion at Mahabali Temple in Imphal East on Wednesday

    Four powerful bombs exploded in Manipur, shortly before the start of the official Independence Day function here on Wednesday. The blasts occurred around 8 a.m. in Imphal East, Imphal West and Thoubal districts. Two persons sustained shrapnel injuries in Thoubal.

    Though all major underground organisations gave a call for boycott of the function, including a “ban” on school and college students participating in the march past, there were 30 contingents at the event where Chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh hoisted the tricolour on the I Manipur Rifles parade ground here.

    Security measures were beefed up but life came to a standstill in Manipur with no vehicle plying on roads. Only those of the press and vehicles for essential services were seen, in small numbers.

    Twenty personnel were honoured with the President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Service. But Mr. Singh fainted shortly after he started giving away the medals. His security guards came to his rescue, and he continued the distribution, seated. When he felt better, the Chief Minister began his speech. However, within minutes, he collapsed again and he was immediately taken to his residence where doctors attended to him.

  4. vedaprakash Says:

    Why the PM’s I-Day speech was really hokum, ho-hum
    by R Jagannathan Aug 15, 2012
    http://www.firstpost.com/india/why-the-pms-i-day-speech-was-really-hokum-ho-hum-419004.html

    Did Prime Minister Manmohan Singh manage to convey a new sense of purpose in his Independence Day speech from the Red Fort?

    Most unlikely. While he made the usual motherhood and apple pie statements, nothing he said can be taken as sign of a new resolve to fix the economy and get things moving again. What we got was more excuses than positive statements on action. (Read the full speech here)

    There were frequent references to the “last eight years” as though India’s development history began in 2004. There were also occasional references to the next five years – everything left undone in the last eight years will come in the next five – but the “last eight” and “next five” add up to 13 years. Singh can’t surely be planning to stay on till 2017.

    PTI

    Here are some of the key statements he made, and our own comments on them.

    After two paragraphs of homilies on freedom movement and democracy, he landed on his first excuse for non-performance. The word “reforms” was not mentioned even once in his speech.

    The PM said: You are aware that these days the global economy is passing through a difficult phase. The pace of economic growth has come down in all countries of the world. Our country has also been affected by these adverse external conditions. Also, there have been domestic developments which are hindering our economic growth. Last year our GDP grew by 6.5 percent. This year we hope to do a little better.

    FP view: The first part of this paragraph is just a load of excuses for poor economic management. Moreover, even when he gets to talk about our failures, he chooses to call them “domestic developments which are hindering our growth.” He is also surely wrong in presuming that we will do better than 6.5 percent this year without any reforms. Most analysts are scaling down GDP figures to below 6 percent (read here).

    The PM said: We cannot do much about the conditions that prevail outside our country. But we must make every effort to resolve the problems inside our country…While doing this, we must also control inflation. This would pose some difficulty because of a bad monsoon this year. However, we have taken many measures to deal with the situation. In districts where there has been a deficit of 50 percent or more in the rainfall, diesel subsidy is being provided to farmers…seed subsidy has been enhanced….

    FP view: Again, the disclaimer. We can’t do anything about problems from outside. But surely he can do something about problems within our control. Inflation, for example. But he says even “this would pose some difficulty”. So, after saying “we must also control inflation” he gives no supporting evidence on this. Instead he goes on to talk about the freebies given to rural areas – necessary, no doubt, but nothing related to the sentence on inflation before.

    The PM said: As far as creating an environment within the country for rapid economic growth is concerned, I believe that we are not being able to achieve this because of a lack of political consensus on many issues. If we do not increase the pace of the country’s economic growth, take steps to encourage new investment in the economy, improve the management of government finances and work for the livelihood security of the common man and energy security of the country, then it most certainly affects our national security.

    FP view: Does Manmohan Singh realise that he has effectively said that the UPA’s economic management failures now pose a threat to national security? Blaming it on lack of political consensus does not help or save him the blushes.

    The PM said: I believe that this period of difficulties will not last long. Even as we face these problems, we should be encouraged by the fact that we have achieved extraordinary successes in many areas in the last 8 years. We now need to replicate these successes in newer areas.

    FP view: There is no basis to believe that the UPA is beginning to act to rescue the economy, and achieve the “extraordinary successes” of the last eight years. Over the last two years, some of these “extraordinary successes” include never-ending inflation, falling exports, a central budget out of whack, and rapidly decelerating growth. The UPA growth story ended in 2011 – the much of it before that was a fluke, resulting from general global buoyancy and excess government spending. The party is over.

    The PM said: Our next target is to provide electricity to each and every household in our country in the next five years and to also improve the supply of electricity.

    FP view: Again, the PM seems to have goofed. He wants to provide electricity to “each and every household” when the energy sector is going downhill, and we have just seen a massive grid collapse in northern India last month. The thought about improving electric supply should have preceded the decision to give power to every household, not followed it. Supply precedes demand.

    The PM said: We have paid special attention to the needs of children in our policies and programmes. The education of children has been made mandatory by law. In the year 2006-07, only 93 percent of children in the age group 6-14 years were getting admission in schools. Today almost all children in this age group are being admitted to schools. More than 51,000 new schools have been opened in the country and about seven lakh teachers appointed in them in just the last 2 years. Now we will focus on improving the quality of education.

    FP view: The Right to Education can be considered a very good initiative of the UPA – we should not be critical of the intention. Still, why is the “focus on improving the quality of education” only an after-thought? Just like raising electricity is an after-thought to giving to “each and every household”. This lies at the heart of UPA’s failure: it thinks too much about votebank politics, and too little about sensible economics.

    The PM said: Recently we have taken new measures to accelerate infrastructure development. Ambitious targets have been fixed in roads, airports, railways, electricity generation and coal production. The government will take steps to increase investment for infrastructure development with the help of the private sector. To attract foreign capital, we will have to create confidence at the international level that there are no barriers to investment in India.

    FP view: After all the talk about what the UPA achieved in the last eight years, suddenly all the important goals in infrastructure and foreign investment have become critical. Why didn’t these things happen in the last eight years? And who created these “barriers to investment in India” – someone from outer space? Did the spectrum scam, GAAR and the retrospective tax – all investment dampeners in UPA-2 – happen without the knowledge of government?

    The PM said: The incidents of violence which occurred in Assam recently are very unfortunate…. We are doing everything possible to provide relief to them. I also promise to you that our government will make every effort to understand the reasons behind the violence and work hard with the state governments to ensure that such incidents are not repeated in any part of the country.

    FP view: Who is the PM trying to fool? The Assam problem was recognised as early as in the Rajiv Gandhi regime in the 1980s, when the Assam accord was signed to identify and repatriate illegal foreign migrants. But nothing happened. As an MP from Assam, does the PM mean to say he still has no understanding of the Assam problem?

    The PM said: There has been a reduction in violence in the North-Eastern states and we are engaged in dialogue with many groups there so that they can join the mainstream of development.

    FP view: The North-East he is talking about cannot be Assam, but Nagaland, Mizoram and Manipur. If violence has gone down here, and up in Assam, it cannot be a feather in the government’s cap.

    The PM said: The Lok Sabha has cleared the Lokpal and Lokayukta Bill. We hope that all political parties will help us in passing this Bill in the Rajya Sabha. A number of other Bills have also been presented before the Parliament. The Cabinet has cleared a Public Procurement Bill. We will continue our efforts to bring more transparency and accountability in the work of public servants and to reduce corruption. But we will also take care that these measures do not result in a situation in which the morale of public functionaries taking decisions in public interest gets affected because of baseless allegations and unnecessary litigation.

    FP view: Last year, Singh talked lots about corruption. This year, it only gets a footnote at the end and an ‘if’ and a ‘but’. The Lokpal Bill depends on the opposition. And transparency and accountability is apparently a burden for our public servants.

    The PM concluded: I believe that no power in the world can stop our country from achieving new heights of progress and development. What is needed is that we work together as one people for the success of our country. Let us once more resolve that we will continue to work for a progressive, modern and prosperous India.

    FP view: The problem is not the people, but the rulers. If our leaders can work together, the people will not stand in the way. But for that leaders must lead. Is Manmohan Singh upto the job?

  5. V. Narayanan Says:

    தேசிய உணர்வுடன் அங்கிருக்கும் மக்களை வெளியேற்றிவிட்டு அல்லது கொன்று விட்டு, அல்லது நீக்கிவிட்ட பிறகு இந்திய நாட்டுப் பற்றை அவர்களிடம் எப்படி எதிர்பார்க்க முடியும்?

    இப்பொழுது அந்த அருந்ததி ராய், சபானா ஆஸ்மி, ஜாவீது அக்தர் போன்ற விரிந்த, பரந்த மனப்பாங்குள்ள முஸ்லீம்கள் எல்லாம் என்ன செயுது கொண்டிருக்கிறார்கள்?

    வந்து அவர்களுக்கு அறிவுரை சொல்ல வேண்டியது தானே?

    ஆமாம், முன்பு கூட ஒரு பி.ஜே.பி. தலைவர் ஶ்ரீநகர் சதுக்கத்தில் தேசியக் கொடி ஏற்றுகிறேன் என்றதற்கு தடை விதித்தார்கள்.

    அதே போல இன்னொருமுறை இந்துக்கள் முயன்றபோது தடை விதித்தோடல்லாமல் வந்தவர்களையும் விரட்டினார்கள். ஒரே ஒரு இளைஞன் கொடியை மறைத்து வந்து, ஏற்ற முயன்றபொது, அவனை அடித்து, கைது செய்து கொண்டு போனர் போலீஸார். ஆனால், எத்தனையோ தடவை தேசியக் கொடியை எரித்தும் ஒரு நடவடிக்கையும் எடுக்கவில்லை.

    இதனால் தான் முஸ்லீம்கள் அத்தகைய வேறுமை உணர்வு கொண்டு, இந்திய விரோதிகளாகிறார்கள். வரும் சந்ததியினர் முற்றிலும் இந்திய விரோதிகள் ஆகிவிடுவர்.

    இதையறியாத அல்லது அறிந்தும், முஸ்லீம்களை ஊக்குவித்து வருகிறது காங்கிரஸ்!


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