Do you think govt is taking 'any' steps to curb terrorism?
Asked by Ashish Sapkal, 28 Sep '08 02:48 pm
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India is witnessing an increase in the incidence of both anti-minority violence and terrorism. Christians are under attack in Orissa, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, and now even Kerala, long held up as a model of pluralism. Leading the attacks are Hindu-extremist groups like the Bajrang Dal, Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Shiv Sena, which don't bother to disguise their identity. The Indian state has failed to protect Christians and punish their tormentors. The Orissa and Karnataka police seem to have bought the myth that most Christians are victims of unscrupulous proselytisers and must be helped to "re-convert" to Hinduism, although that may not have been their religion in the first place. Worse, the police seem to have fallen for the ludicrous idea that the church in India is primarily devoted to religious conversion, when official records show education to be its most important activity. The response of India's political leadership to the communal violence has ...moreAnswered by wajid ali, 28 Sep '08 04:54 pm
Govt is taking all steps to ensure that any activity by Hindu fanatics?? is nipped in the bud because that according to them is the root cause of trouble curbing which alone can bring control on terrorism.????even the exchange of fire to nab terrorists at Delhi recently is now being projected as fake encounter by the secularists .Yehi hai hamare desh ka hal chal .Vote ke liye jine wale Sardar Bhagat Singh ko terrorist kahte hain aur Afjal ko Guru. So long as Govt remains apologetic and defends a person involved in terrorism if he belongs to a particular community not much can be achieved.Only solution is to adopt a secular view ignoring religion faith caste etc in all Govt.dealings.But will it be acceptable is the million dollar questionAnswered by yogesh chandra sharma, 28 Sep '08 03:57 pm
Government is taking steps in the same way and with the same urgency they show for many calamities - the govt. way! , the political way and not the efficient administrative way - This is true for majority of the developing countries and underdeveloped. This will continue until able and efficient administrators take over administration from the grasp of politician-administrators. Let us hope for some improvement.Answered by Arakuzha Ramachandran, 28 Sep '08 02:59 pm