The Supreme Law of the Land, our Indian Constitution is made not only on the basis of Easy Functioning of the Government and the Nation but also envisions the Country as a Land Of Justice. The citizens of the country are opined to be the abiding ones.
Working in groups, united in our diversity, we are supposed to represent the country in good form. But, defying the law, and taking matters into the hands of the Mob is not just. Dispensing the justice, without a fair trial, acquitting the presumed perpetrator without a procedure is on the rise.
Lynching In India
Back in the days where India did not have a solid document to stick to, this ‘Mob Violence’ can be estimated. But, after so many years of development and in the era where the World is moving into the Universe, this is just shameful. In a recent incident, in the district of Bulandshahr of Uttar Pradesh, police officials were outnumbered by the villagers and countered with bullets.
The death of an Inspector and many others in earlier times is not the justice India wants. The silent treatment to these killings in the name of ‘Mob Justice’ by the Government of the State and the Centre is giving rise to many suspicions. Inflicting terror in the name of Religion, now no more a threat from outside.
A police officer was killed in mob violence in Bulandshahr, UP after local outfits first stage jam and then go on a rampage angered by alleged discovery of parts of a dead cow. More details coming in, police on the spot.@the_hindu
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— Omar Rashid (@omar7rashid) December 3, 2018
Holy Vs Unholy
What was always considered holy, is now backed by all unholy practices. India is a secular nation, for a reason. Trying to rewrite the ambitions of the Constitution makers who had high expectations on this budding nation is not recommended. Crime violence on Police officials and fellow citizens as a retaliation for justice on Cow-Slaughter should not be given a blind eye.
In his review meet of L/O on Bulandshahr, CM Yogi focuses on cow; says alleged cow slaughter was part of "big conspiracy," asked top officials to take "strictest action" and arrest those involved directly or indirectly in cow killing, and implement abbatoir ban. Mum on mob.
— Omar Rashid (@omar7rashid) December 5, 2018
Ever since the Gau Rakshaks and Dals have emerged, killings without trial and parallel probes on both humans and cows alike have begun. Their sentiments have become so strong, that they go to any level to teach a lesson. Where is the role of Law Enforcement here? People are made to lose hope and faith in Law and Order. Encashing the rage.
These incidents are not invisible anymore, they are videotaped and are on air. The blind eye is not coincidental, looks like all the scenes are well enacted. The vision of today’s leaders is wavering. Unity in Diversity is severely compromised.
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