Centre For Talking!

via GSK Menon published on July 17, 2010

Indo – Pak talks fail

It was a foregone conclusion among intelligent people that the talks were bound to fail. It was just another charade being played wasting lots of taxpayer’s money. We Indians are great talkers, we are only talking all the time. Really nobody takes us very seriously in the international arena, we are considered as gas bags afraid to take a principled stand on any issue.

We are unable to deal with terrorism efficiently and sternly. Kasab, Afsal are enjoying while efficient police officers are put in jails citing it as fake encounters. Should we then have any wonder that IPS officers are fleeing from Chattisgarh ! We want to talk to terrorists, want to talk to Maoists, want to talk to separatists, perhaps UPA Government should star a five star hotel only for talking, it can be aptly named Centre For Talking. We can post one IAS officer as Secretary (Talks) and also have a separate Ministry of Talks, and waste a lot of public money.

The Pakis have not only insulted our Foreign Minister but ridiculed the whole country. I was aghast seeing CNN IBN the Baptist sponsored channel defending the Paki foreign minister saying he has to answer his constituency, defend his turf etc.

Kashmir is a problem and we have to face it boldly. The best way is to bring an efficient man like K.P.S.Gill to control the separatists, impose President’s rule, put a retd Army General in command, impose ban on media, delink internet and mobile and begin operations full swing to immobilise the separatist – jihadis. Let us not bother about international opinion, anyway nobody takes us seriously in international circles. Let us learn from the Israelis, learn to defend our motherland, protect our Army & Police officers.

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