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    He died for the country, but was not a martyr!

    On March 23, 2015, Craftsman Vehicle Mechanic Ashok Kumar, who laid down his life fighting in Waziristan in 2013, was awarded the 'Tamgha-i-Shujaat' by Huqmat-e-Pakistan. But surprisingly, his name was suffixed with "late" and not "Shaheed" (martyr) as used for the majority community soldiers of thatcountry who have sacrificed their lives. Didn't Ashok Kumar die for love of his terrible country?

    Astonishingly, the liberal brigade of India (under the astute leadership of Manishankar Aiyar) praises our neighbouring country for anything and even advises Government of India to follow the example of our neighbouring country!
  • #599814
    Some issues which were gone through in the past really brings in heated debate about the previous government and the brigade which controlled it from outside. It is really sad that if a soldier of any discipline die for the country he considered as Martyr and not anything else. In Military not all the front line soldiers who are in the war front against the enemy country dies. Those who are staying in the bunkers, those who driving the vehicles, those who are tipped to be second in the action may also die due to cowardly act act of enemy country. It is the duty of the army and government to see that those who gave the life for the country be called as Martyr and nothing else. Even now Modi government can earn the respect of the people if he changes misgivings of past by giving the title of Martyr to Craftsman Vehicle Mechanic Ashok Kumar.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #599817
    Mr. Mohan: Kindly read the Forum post carefully. How can Prime Minister Modi give the title of 'Shahid' to Craftsman Vehicle Mechanic Ashok Kumar?
    Beware! I question everything and everybody.

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