India Should Take Strict Action Against Millitants Now



symbolic photo of militant with deadly firearm in handLike most of the lazy and will power-deprived nations of the world, Pakistan government came into action only after suffering an irreparable loss – the cold-blooded massacre of more than 130 innocent students at the Army Public School in Peshawar. On December 16, 2014, nine Taliban militants broke into the school and opened fire, killing nearly 140 students and staff members, as well as wounding at least 121 other students and 3 staff members.

Shocked by the scale of the massacre, Pakistani authorities, which have long been used to see and ignore militant attacks, came into action immediately.   After killing all the 9 militants at the school, Pakistani military killed dozens of militants, including the alleged mastermind of the school massacre.

In addition, the government responded by hanging two convicted militants on Friday, and four on Sunday. These executions were made within a week after the school attack.  Pakistan has long been home to a number of militant groups, many of which are linked to Al Queda. But, governments didn’t pay any heed to the growing problem; instead it indirectly encouraged such groups by supporting them in their plots against other countries like India.  
    
Still, it a matter of big relief that Pakistan has realized the reality and come into action against militants. Even the delayed action will help a lot in thwarting any potential militant attacks in the future.

While Pakistan has realized the reality that convicted militants must be given their ‘reward’ by executing them, India seems to be
still in slumber.   Indian judicial system is playing its role by awarding punishments, including capital punishments/death sentences, to the culprits; lack of will power among political parties are saving them. Many militants and other culprits, who were awarded capital punishments years ago, are still alive. They must be very happy as they are still alive even years after snatching others’ lives or making others’ lives a hell on earth. It is often said that justice delayed means justice denied; if it is true then I am sorry to say that there is no justice in India. 

Perhaps, India is also waiting for a big tragedy to emerge from slumber and take a strict action against the convicted anti social elements.
12/29/2014
India Should Take Strict Action Against Millitants Now


symbolic photo of militant with deadly firearm in handLike most of the lazy and will power-deprived nations of the world, Pakistan government came into action only after suffering an irreparable loss – the cold-blooded massacre of more than 130 innocent students at the Army Public School in Peshawar. On December 16, 2014, nine Taliban militants broke into the school and opened fire, killing nearly 140 students and staff members, as well as wounding at least 121 other students and 3 staff members.

Shocked by the scale of the massacre, Pakistani authorities, which have long been used to see and ignore militant attacks, came into action immediately.   After killing all the 9 militants at the school, Pakistani military killed dozens of militants, including the alleged mastermind of the school massacre.

In addition, the government responded by hanging two convicted militants on Friday, and four on Sunday. These executions were made within a week after the school attack.  Pakistan has long been home to a number of militant groups, many of which are linked to Al Queda. But, governments didn’t pay any heed to the growing problem; instead it indirectly encouraged such groups by supporting them in their plots against other countries like India.  
    
Still, it a matter of big relief that Pakistan has realized the reality and come into action against militants. Even the delayed action will help a lot in thwarting any potential militant attacks in the future.

While Pakistan has realized the reality that convicted militants must be given their ‘reward’ by executing them, India seems to be
still in slumber.   Indian judicial system is playing its role by awarding punishments, including capital punishments/death sentences, to the culprits; lack of will power among political parties are saving them. Many militants and other culprits, who were awarded capital punishments years ago, are still alive. They must be very happy as they are still alive even years after snatching others’ lives or making others’ lives a hell on earth. It is often said that justice delayed means justice denied; if it is true then I am sorry to say that there is no justice in India. 

Perhaps, India is also waiting for a big tragedy to emerge from slumber and take a strict action against the convicted anti social elements.