Monday, August 3, 2009

Frisking

SAD….
A national asset is frisked by cheap continental airlines and we officials are watching it happening. Shame..

Let us not dig a well over the vilification of the great scientist Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam. I am feeling infelicitous because I just like that person because of his simplicity and his rattling work for the nation. I appreciate attitude and humility of the great man. He is not just a former Indian president but a national asset whom we would never want to forget, whom we would never afford to loose, whom we would never want to see disrespected.

But I think that the right thing is done by the US- officials because at least they are aware of 9/11 attack which they would never want to experience it again. Anything can happen at any moment. If we do not learn a lesson from US then that day is not far off when we get another 26/11 like homicidal carnage.

Making a rule for all makes life easier not bad. Everyone should realize this. Be it for traffic rules, college attendance (ha ha ha), medical facilities, frisking or for big R.

Yes, there should be respect for the bigwigs of the country. Because country’s pride and prejudice depend on these great people. But if we make a list of these honored individuals then this list is never going to end because everyone would fight to be a part of this. And as you know there are 28 states (excluding union territories), so 28 chief ministers, 28 governors and 21 chief justices (thanks to Infatuated Admrier). This list does not end here. Because of ministers, ex CM’s and all who you can consider.

Interesting note is that if the man himself never complained about frisking then why to make fuss of all this. And if they have apologize for the same then why we are enacting such drama. The major problem with we people is that sometimes we show chauvinism rather than patriotism. If we respect him so much then why do not we give a personal air craft to our ex president or why do not we ban all the US continental airlines when Air India is there. We people (I am not an exception) just show that how much we respect our nation, how much respect we have for our people but we do not do anything. We just write the things, discuss it and feel satisfied with this.

No one can read off a human being. A terrorist is also a man. I guess all of you have watched the movie SARFAROSH (people who know me knows how many times I have watched this cinema) and no one can forget the role of Gulfam Hashan in that movie. A great ghajalists whom India gives a great respect and in flip side…. we all know it. In the close of the movie there was a great dialogue which I loved the most. When Sonali Bendre asks Amir Khan “ Vishwash nahi hota gulfaam sahab jaise bade kalakaar aisa kar sakte hai”, then amir khan replies “ kalakaar bhi to inshaan hi hote hai, aur inshaan sahi bhi hote hai, galat bhi”. Lagta hai jada ho gaya!!!!

So at last, my question to you: was that right??

6 comments:

NIHeavene said...

Anil, i truly abide by ur thoughts..... its a thing that should not have been made a thing for people to fuss about. I is also that u cant create levels of people crossing boundaries.... afterall everybody is a human being (right?) n can be gud or bad at times.

I really liked ur view on the topic n ur magnificent presentation.

However, out of curiosity (u kno i am very critical to u :) ), i would say that we Indians are not all that bad. Yes there r problems but we have to find solutions our own way n not merely copying someone who charming in looks (US).

But dont forget it was a very nice post. I think u can write more of them n that too more regularly :).

Infatuated Admrier said...

I also truly abide by your thoughts....

But we can not simply ban any such organisation just for a single cause...

P.S.- there are 21 high courts in India... so 21 chief justices in the high courts...

My journey said...

@NIHeavene: Hey akash, dont think that i am downsizing India.
what i got, i put it in my post.
And yes, criticism is much more important than supportiveness because it gives you chance to let you think what is right and what is wrong.
So no problems, chill out man and again thanks for commenting.

My journey said...

@Infatuated Admrier: Thank you for correcting me.
I really didnt know how many high courts are running in India. Now i know so i would correct it now. Once again Thank youuuu

myreflections said...

the moment i read the first para of ur blog i thot ki..haan aaj to jam ke comment likhoonga ish topic pe.....par the moment i finished reading the whole blog all my curiosity and bubbling questions came to a satisfactory end ...
gud logical blog.

My journey said...

@Navneet: Thanx yaar :)