Well said Sandeep. Roland Francis Toronto.
> On Apr 13, 2018, at 10:28 AM, Sandeep Heble <sandeephe...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Modi's silence is baffling > > While Modi is considered an excellent Orator and communicator, his silence > on several important issues is baffling. When 'Karni Sena' was rioting on > the streets and damaging public property during the release of 'Padmavati', > he chose to remain silent. When Nirav Modi fled the Country it took him > several days to open his mouth. When minor children are being abused he's > gone in a shell. Otherwise on "Mann Ki Baat" he has been speaking on a wide > range of topics. Why is he distancing himself from these sensitive and > serious incidents? It sends wrong signals to the public and brings a bad > name for India before the International community. Whenever such horrific > incidents occur, what we need are extremely tough measures being taken to > send signals to the people at large that the Government cares for you. That > the Police will keep you safe. That the administration will ensure you > justice. But here, we see exactly the opposite happening. The Police and > the administration appears to be colluding with the accused and harassing > the victims. Why is it that every-time the people need to come on to the > streets to demand justice? Of late, even Pakistan which has such a dismal > track record is appearing to take pro liberal stands on various issues but > India is slipping backwards in many respects. All big talks are pointless > if there is no speedy justice. What impression will the people have about > the Country when you talk of Nationalism on the one hand and on the other > hand, people are made to live in an environment of fear and distrust? India > should not be allowed to turn into a lawless society where the leaders and > their supporters are allowed to do as they please. We are all equals before > the law and no one is superior or inferior to us. As citizens we expect > better. > > warm regards, > > > Sandeep Heble