In Human Rights, India, Innocent Killings, Kashmir, People, Politics on 22 March, 2011 at 1:13 pm
What does one do for revenge? Or for wanting something from someone against his will? Or for hating someone’s guts? Or wanting to ‘teach a lesson?’ Or for bullying someone at school? One can either act on them or just be content without doing anything. A lot of them appear vague reasons, meriting no response. (Some of these reasons are stronger than what our government uses to arrest people (it uses no reason) as you will read later on).
How does one act to fulfil these wishes, if one can not be merely content? A person may kidnap another to ‘teach him a lesson,’ or ‘demand money’ or ‘ just kill him.’ This person then will be considered a kidnapper or a killer, as the case may be. A sane democratic government will hunt this person down and then put him on trial and then behind bars.
Q. But what if a state wants to do ‘all of the above’, and get away with it? What can the state do?
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In Human Rights, Kashmir, Srinagar on 14 June, 2010 at 5:05 pm
As Srinagar burns protesting the killing of a 17 year old by the JacKal Police (formerly the JK Police); how far the government has reigned them in, is obvious from this picture:
A policeman carrying an AK rifle is stopped by his colleague from CHARGING AT A WOMAN who was raising anti-police slogans on seeing policemen committing ‘atrocities’ against the protesting youth in Chattabal area of Srinagar. Srinagar remained under siege and angry youth defied restrictions and clashed with police to protest against the killing of teenager Tufail Ahmad Matoo. At least 15 persons including eight policemen were injured in fresh clashes. (Courtesy of Rising Kashmir)
This picture is a testimony of the powers they have courtesy of the state government. If the government was really serious about the innocent deaths in the valley, we would see restrain from the JacKal Police, but that obviously is not the case. We rather hear ridiculous statements from the government. They really are losing grip of their senses.
From a previous post on the JacKal Police:
The Jammu and Kashmir Police has turned over the past decade and a half from an organization supporting the freedom struggle to a people more than happy to kill innocents and it will continue to grow evil. It has already graduated from beatings innocents to killing them, now they just need to expand their reach and increase the innocent death toll. Once India is confident that the police have been trained well to behave as colonial masters, as is the attitude of the army at present; it can reduce the presence of the army, flash a happy face to the world, confident and satisfied at the thought that the same role is being played by someone else. Lessons from the colonial masters, the British, has always inspired India: import officers who can act and behave as colonial masters, obtain the major chunk of the force from the local population and impose evil through them…more
And, the meaning of JacKal in the context of the JK Police:
Old World nocturnal canine mammal closely related to the dog; smaller than a wolf; sometimes hunts in a pack but usually singly or as a member of a pair.
In Kashmir on 14 June, 2010 at 4:46 pm
Does it look like this boy was murdered?
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Or is it just another innocent’s killing?
If he was murdered, as the Indian press is obliged to report, the killer, whose description would defy Sherlock Holmes, must really have a great imagination and wickedness. He had an fool-proof plan: he waits and picks his target on a day of protests, follows him to a crowded playground, hits him on the head as soon as the police charges the crowd. He is able to do all this given even in the highly charged atmosphere. And no one sees him pick a heavy stone and hit him. It doesn’t just stop here: he is so concerned about this death, that he and a friend of his actually take this kid to a hospital and then disappear! The police is now looking for the youth who, out of humanity, took him to a hospital. But, humanity is a concept, the armed forces are not aware of. They just have to please their bosses, and in this case, Omar Abdullah – the murderer to take reigns of Kashmir, with his brother-in-law Sachin Pilot’s blessings nevertheless.
Omar how long will you continue lying? Manmohan did promise you all out support, but this is not what you are supposed to be doing!
Just look at the clothes this little kid is wearing, the t-shirt speaks of innocence. Cry a tear for this little soul.
When Tufail gifted his jacket to a needy boy.
Elsewhere in Srinagar, CRPF men go crazy, start beating people and smashing windows, as thousands defy curfew to bury young Tufail.
In Human Rights, Innocent Killings, Kashmir on 9 September, 2008 at 11:18 am
…since I am just a humble henchman of India, a hypocrite, a chameleon and in unholy matrimony with India.
Omar Abdullah’s lie:
I WILL QUIT IF unbridled force IS UNLEASHED ON MY INNOCENT PEOPLE!
This still isn’t unbridled force for Omar Abdullah, but wait, he wasn’t speaking anything he means, he never does.
Is This NOT Unbridled Force?
Killer Roaming Free – Henchman Of India, No Different Than Abdullah
Shot In The Neck By Indian Forces
Tear Gas And Kill
Is This NOT Unbridled Force?
Youth Shot In Nowhatta, Srinagar POINT BLANK.
Ready To Fire, Finger On Trigger
Beaten For Daring To Buy Food!
Woman SHOT POINT BLANK By CRPF Troopers!
Stop Me If You Can!
No Unbridled Force All This!