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20th December 2002
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It's not a simple issue; it's an unsolved problem

I hope fully accept Anil Nimmagadda's feelings and the points he have focused in his article. It's not the case of just a movie like "Khadgam", if we had seen the movie with complete knowledge he will come to know the impact the Muslims are facing today.

But let me tell you one thing before pointing out on an issue it would be appropriate to have complete knowledge about it. Whenever I think of the Muslims it does not come to my point," why we bring differences between ourselves by dividing our selves? In the case of Muslims it's appropriate to say them to be "Indians" than "Indian Muslims, and in this case patriotism starts from this.

It will be easy for a person to sit in one corner of the world and judge an issue, but when it comes to reality it some times hurts .The hatred between India and Pakistan has not started just by days. It has started a long back and the issues whoever may have risen have given unsolved issue as gift.

Just read out those articles and u will come to know to a level, A few days back a person just posted a letter saying not to impose much hatred on Pakistanees, But "How many of us know how much hatred do they have on us? If we check the things that are happening we will come to know, the ammunition caught, the fake currency, the drugs that are being used on our youth, the terrorist camps, and their military strategy and "How can one forget the issue of kargil?

And how "one can forget the great warriors who gave their lives to save our mother land, it's our misconception that we forgot those great warriors who gave their life for the country. Can we assume who are they? Are not they Indians, may be hindus, muslims, christians in one's mind", who fought the war "did they think of the religion in any way?

Can we forget the great Abdul kalam who made us feel proud by designing India's first nuclear weapon, and the great warriors at the border defending our country".

It's our generalized view that our thoughts of pointing out Pakistanis, but we don't know the other angle. Being one of the democratic country in the world, though we have differences in races and castes "do we ever pointed on our neighbor over any issue? Then what's the need for them in pointing us? What's the need for them to try out in every way to bring insurgency in India? And in this case "caste is just an issue raised by them? We should feel proud that though we have differences in our mind when it comes to the country every one is united".

When it comes in the case of speaking to Pakistani people over in the other parts of the world, being in a far off land than India, we see the other side of them, but how can we forget them abusing our motherland in the chat rooms every way. Even they don't spare to insurge hatred in every way.

This is only one angle, How can we forget them giving terror training to innocent people by giving them the dose of hatred".

And the madrasaas that give training to their people and do you have any answer for this

Every one in the country knows the fact that there are differences between our selves, I will just ask a little question "Will we allow any third person to interfere in our issue when we have a clash with our brother?

"It is us who have to sit and decide and not them? Can you just tell me "If there would have been this much hatred why did we give such a position to Muslims and how are they joining army to serve the country"

"It is common for every person to have such a hatred on Pakistanis in this context. We must not forget the fact that whenever we tried to solve the issue they are the people who deceived us. If we just try to know more about kargil war we will come to know".

Even every one cannot forget the answer vajpayee gave to bush when he said to have a dialogue with pakistanees. When the Kargil war was going on vajpayee just said "We will not allow a pinch of our land to be lost"

What will we say for this? What will we think of cowards steps taken by Pakistani military at the war front? And what about the brutal killing of innocent people in Kashmir and in the country?

Every Indian is a patriotic person and all the "people around the world knows the fact what is happening ", Patriotism is not the way they do (vulgar ways of Pakistanis), Will any one forget the kandahar incident, parliament attack and the Akshardham temple issue.

Don't forget the fact that who ever they may be whether a Hindu, a Muslim, Sikh, a Christian and who ever they are they are all Indians. The hatred on Pakistanis will remain until they stop the illegal ways of destruction in India.

To be confident the hatred on Pakistanis will remain and will be always, it will be passed on generations and generations. Though "we may be cowards in one or the other way" but "we are not that much that if we get our hand chopped off we are not in a position to show the other hand. We are now in a position to cut off their hand before they try to do".

As said it is just a fact of a few hours for a nations like India to scramble to rubbles for a state like country, but we are still in patience. And also one should not forget the fact that patience too will be only for a few time and when it breaks. We can see the other end of it.

Hope every one get the point, and start thinking in the right way.


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