Why only Hindus bear the burden of secularism⏬⏬⏬
British thought that it was their duty to civilize the world, keep them educated and in order. They considered it as their divine duty. They ruled the colonies on the basis of this notion.
Same about hindus. They have been told by M.K. Gandhi and his followers, that it is the divine duty of the hindu to be tolerant and secular. This is the legacy of the Gandhi, that is proving a burden on the hindus. They are expected to not speak about other communities, and tolerate all the excess in the hands of other communities in the name of secularism.
Hindu religion and holy people can be criticized at will, a hindu priest can be shown as a joker in the films, a hindu business man as a miser and oppressor, a Rajput as the villain and tyrant. But a muslim is alwaays shown as the benevolent Uncle, a pious one, who does not have ill will towards anyone. Nobody wants to discuss those provisions of the holy books of these religions, that are used by the terrorists to propagate terrorism. Such a discussion is considered a taboo.
The hindus are told that it is their duty to tolerate everybody, so that the fabric of the indian society remains intact. But there is no duty on anybody else, as if the hindu is the host, and all the others have come to enjoy the feast.
India is the country of Hindus, and we are destined to live here. But the expectations are too high, and the hindu public may not tolerate it any more. They have to revolt some day, and throw these Gandhian principles in the dustbin.
Just as the Sikh votes get divided in Punjab, Hindu votes get divided across India. Majority of the candidates put up by political parties are Hindus who need to display their ‘secular’ credentials to capture the Muslim or Christian block votes.
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Lance Naik Jangbir hailed from Garhwal dist in #UttarPradesh and belonged to the #GarhwalRifles Regt of #IndianArmy . Displaying exemplary courage and determination, he was martyred on 22 Mar 1989, during "Op Pawan" in Sri Lanka.
Pursuant to the Indo-Sri Lankan Accord, Indian forces were inducted into Sri Lanka in August 1987 to disarm various militant groups that were disrupting peace in the land. The IPKF launched the operation, code-named “Op Pawan” with a mandate to neutralize the operational capability of the LTTE in and around Jaffna. By March 1989, Indian forces had undertaken numerous operations against LTTE but the war was far from over. Lance Naik Jangbir Singh’s unit, 4 Garh Rif, was tasked for one such operation on 22 Mar 1989.
Based on the information received from the intelligence sources about the location of a militant camp in Nayaroo lagoon area of Northern Vavuniya sector the security forces decided to launch a search and destroy operation on 22 Mar 1989. Lance Naik Jangbir was performing the duties of Light Machine Gun Number 1 with Number 14 Platoon of Echo Company of 4 Garhwal Rifles, which was tasked with this mission. After reaching the suspected area the leading platoon of the company soon made contact with the militants and a fierce exchange of fire ensued thereafter resulting in casualties. At this juncture, the Number 14 Platoon was ordered to move towards the southern flank. Lance Naik Jangbir was ordered to move his detachment to a point 30 meters away and engage the militants so that the rest of the platoon can move back to a safe area. In the dash to the indicated point under heavy fire Lance Naik Jangbir was separated from number 2 of his detachment thus, reached there alone. Unmindful of the fact that he was alone, he immediately engaged the militants with sustained and accurate fire.
Though isolated and wounded badly Lance Naik Jangbir continued firing at the militants. By the time the troops returned to rescue Lance Naik Jangbir Singh, he was hit by a barrage of bullets and was martyred
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