Saturday, August 25, 2007

Points to Ponder Over....

Some Nuggets ...
  • CBI Scores Again! After letting off Quottrochi in Argentina by being a silent spectator, Shibu Soren is out of jail now. The High Court remarked: Poor work done by CBI caused this. Yoo Hoo! CBI does it again. Nevertheless, we must be one of the only countries on earther where one court gives a life-sentence, and another court exonerates the person (exactly same case no evidence change) completely !!
  • Salman Khan is behind bars for a Poaching Case (5 years prison term). With all due respect to the Bishnoi Community - we have the most interesting Judiciary and Legal System in the world. The butchers of Gujarat Riot 2002, Mumbai Riots 1992 , anti-sikh riots 1984 roam free (many even actively protected by politicians), and a black-buck poaching case is pursued as if there is no tomorrow. Yeah! Selective Justice is Injustice...
  • After initiaiting the Nuclear Deal - BJP is now opposing it - when it is reaching its point of conclusion! And the Left are out to oppose for he sake of opposing (media should not give sound bytes to third grade politicians - whose only job these days seem to be to come on tv channels and talk nonsense). Ronen Sen said the truth - these jokers are headless chickens. Well said sir. Do a poll and you will find indians agree with what he said.
  • Speak against fraud of an MLA, and you will be jailed. Ask Mithilesh Amin from Anand, when he spoke against BJP MLA Dilip Patel for being involved in a Bank Fraud - well there was no investigation on the MLA, but Mithilesh was put behind bars.
Well, India is certainly making rapid strides. Tell us about it.

8 Comments:

At 2:44 PM, Blogger Pijush said...

Well Said, only small correction. Regarding the nuke deal BJP is now for the motion. I would like to criticize LEFT in this matter, perfect �headless chickens�.

 
At 1:34 AM, Blogger Rakesh said...

Many more storis are in the queue...

 
At 2:43 PM, Blogger Purdafash Team said...

hey apun ka desh,

A really nice post. As you said, the good people should speak up, hence would you like to join hands with us?

Waiting for your response.

Regards,
Sid
www.purdafash.com
http://purdafash.blogspot.com/

 
At 3:19 AM, Blogger Musings on India said...

one definition of insanity is where one keeps doing the same thing while expecting different results. we indians, by that definition, are quite insane. each and every one of us.

we cant run away from our own personal responsibility by saying that our politicians suck. sorry to use cliches but gandhi said - be the change you want to see in the world. how many of us are even bothered at an individual level?

 
At 4:52 AM, Blogger backpakker said...

Nice post :) At least it keeps the media happy , especially those who do irresponsible journalism in the name of news

 
At 4:30 AM, Blogger Apun Ka Desh said...

musings> that being the case we dont need a government at all. We dont need an Army, and we dont need specialized functions. Whenever any department fails to do its duty - we can happily blame esoteric things like 'us', 'society', and even weather for that matter.

When someone takes up responsibility as in a Chief Minister or a Police Commissioner or your neighbourhood roadside cleaner - s/he is expected to perform his or her duty or thrown out of the job.

By your logic all criminals should be freed too, because society is to blamed or 'we' are to be blamed. Sab Chalta Hai!

 
At 11:11 PM, Blogger Musings on India said...

Thank you for your comments on my blog. Unfortunately I dont agree that negative things should be done to take care of negative things. One spark of light is enough to make a pitch dark room bright. Darkness cannot be a cure for darkness. Now that I am on this cliche trip, heres another one. :-) Diverting a raging river is easier than blocking it.

Changing the rules of the game is one of the best options.

 
At 7:18 PM, Blogger Amrita said...

You will find indiauncut.blogspot.com interesting
Have a look at it.

 

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