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A Great Feedback From an Army Veteran on Supreme Court's Order on Human Rights in Kashmir

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Submitted by admin on Thu, 11/05/2017 - 20:44
Anuj Bansal
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Borrowed from the wall of Mr.@Mahander Singh.

*A Great Feedback From an Army Veteran on Supreme Court's Order on Human Rights in Kashmir*
An Army veteran, who lost a family member to a militant’s bullet, has raised an agonising poser to the Supreme Court, “*How much do you know about the brutality of war*?
*How many of you have sent your progeny to the armed forces*?
*Have you ever lost a family member in the defence of the country*?
*Do you know the pain of losing a young son or having a widowed daughter or seeing your grandchildren grow up without their father*? 
*If not, please do not impede our war effort. Human rights sound very nice when you and your families are safely ensconced in secure air-conditioned homes but not when you are facing bullets and stone of a unruly religious fanatic mob*.”
*Applying the Court directions to the Pulwama incident, an FIR will be lodged against Gunner Rishi Kumar who risked his life and killed two terrorists despite being hit on his headgear*.
Police investigations will carry on for years haunting him even when posted to other places in India.
*Courts will issue summons and demand his presence. He will be accused of depriving the ‘innocent’ jihadis of their human rights and asked to justify the killings*. 
He will be queried, “*Are you sure they were terrorists? They did not kill you, why did you kill them*? 
He will be asked "Did you give them adequate opportunity to surrender and reform themselves?" Did you give them a fair chance to escape? Did you fire warning shots in the air?”
*Instead of lauding his bravery, he will be subjected to judicial witch-hunt. What a disgrace for the nation*!
*Subjecting active military operations to judicial review is an outlandish idea. Whereas all nations empower their soldiers to vanquish enemies of the state, India takes pride in shackling them*.
While addressing the U.S. Naval Academy in April 2010, *Secretary of Defence Robert M Gates of USA had said, “*You have answered the trumpet call. For my part, I consider myself personally responsible for each and every one of you as though you were my own sons and daughters. And when I send you in harm’s way, as I will, I will do everything in my power to see that you have what you need to accomplish your mission – and come home safely*.”
*Apparently, India’s Supreme Court thinks differently*. *Human rights of the enemies of the state appear to be far more important than the security of the country*.
*Finally, as a serving officer commented wryly, “The Supreme Court has given us two options* – ‘*get killed and the country will honour your martyrdom*’ or 
‘*kill the terrorist and face police/judicial investigations for years’*.”
His apprehensions are genuine and shared by the most. Wonder which soldier will look forward to serving in such antagonistic environment!
*Appeal to All Indians*:-
*However, Let us all make this a People's movement so that the Supreme Court will Reconsider the issue and Appreciate its gravity*. 
*We cannot Fight for India on borders but We can Fight for our Soldiers Betterment from the safety of our homes*.

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Sheshmani Nath Tripathi
Sheshmani Nath Tripathi Well said sir,
I am also an vetran,
I am shayering your status.
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Joohi Deshmukh
Joohi Deshmukh Absolutely right sir. I know what they are talking about......
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Balbirsingh Bhullar
Balbirsingh Bhullar very rightly said, i share it on my wall
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Thulaseedhara Kurup
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Thulaseedhara Kurup
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Vba Rajan
Vba Rajan Yes, the SC should stay out from interfering in Army's operations in Kashmir and other troubled areas in the name of violations to human rights and leave it for the Defence forces to take appropriate action to keep the country terrorist- free and also ...See More
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Sunildatta Saindane
Sunildatta Saindane All the people who are shouting in favour of human rights, should accompany with defence men for few days,who are fighting for our nation.
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Manoj Bikrant
Manoj Bikrant वो क्या जाने पीर पराई, 
जाके पाँव फटे ना बिवाई।See Translation
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Shri Krishan Gupta
Shri Krishan Gupta This equally applied to all make statement or judge situation from AC comfort some may be even in uniform
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Iqbal Bhasin
Iqbal Bhasin A gentleman who claims to have 56 "broad. Chest did not speak or felt the pain of families what do you expect from a individual with 24" chest. They all are dumb and deaf. Poor families whose son or husband has attained martyrdom will continue to suffer till their deaths.
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Anuj Bansal
Anuj Bansal Why does everything boils down to an individual? Kashmir problem started in 1986 or 2014??
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Ranjeetsingh Ailawadi
Ranjeetsingh Ailawadi We only can unite in petitioning or putting pressure on Supreme Court which may or may not fructify in stopping court interference. Similarly blame game needs to be stopped altogether and all inclusive decisive action on all fronts need to be taken. 
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