Saturday, February 5, 2011

Operation Bluestar..!!

I think we all know about the Operation Bluestar and have heard what happened in it..
I just want to know what was ur 1st feeling or is ur 1st feeling when u hear about this..
Well, i don't know about urs but i'll tell mine.. And i hope that its a general feeling..
I feel that the attack by the Indian Army on the Golden Temple was right.. I'm not stating that this was an attack on a religion.. But it was an attack on a religious place which was being used and hence turned into a very unreligious place by a group of handful people...
Jarnail Singh Bhandranwale and his supporters were trying to do something which was quite unacceptable any true Indian.. His deeds u know better..But the fact that has confused me a few moments ago is the comments of people in the various social networking sites on the topic of Bhindranwale.. Those people were hailing him as 'Sant baba ji'..
Just explain to me one thing, how can a person who openly fires on innocent people including children too, can be referred as Sant.. They think there was a ploy to suppress their religion but just one thing'.. How can a mass murderer who has been hailed as a terrorist by the world media which is not influenced by any politics be a part of such a gentle and impeccable religion like Sikhism..
Now comes the other issue.. Should have the military opened arms against Bhindranwale in the Golden Temple..?? To this i have just ine thing to say.. Is a religion much important than your country..?? If there is a terrorist hiding in ur backyard, would u not like him being killed by any means..?? It was just unfortunate that the terrorist here was hiding in a sacred place like the Harminder Sahib..
I on my part would have no problem if Osama bin Ladin was hiding in Badrinath and the place was going to get secured by the army by attacking the temple..
There is one truth we should accept.. Nation come First.. Always..
Not accepting this was the mistak Bhindranwale did by assuming that the Sikh regiment won't fight him.. And the largest force that fought him was in fact the Sikh Rifles.. The regiment proved themselves as true Khalsa but sadly, the forces of Bhindranwale didn't..

1 comment:

  1. nicely said..... People should stop thinking like gandhi in front of people like bhindrawale!