Saturday, March 10, 2012


Our democracy is being sabotaged by mafia raj
Jagdish Rawtani10 March, 2012It is reported that Narinder Kumar, an IPS officer, was killed in broad day light by the mafia. But who is the real face behind the mafia? Narinder's death should not go in vain. Let all of us do our bit to save democracy and human values.

NARINDER KUMAR'S parents must have blessed him to become an IPS officer and would have been very joyous and proud to see their honest and bold son serving the country as SDO. However, all their happiness came to a sudden end when their son was killed by a suspected member of the mining mafia in Madya Pradesh. The protagonist of the recent film release Paan Singh Tomar mouthed the dialogue that reflects the true picture of our so-called independent country. The dialogue goes like this "Hum
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Chambal ke baaghi hain, hamari bahut izat hai. Dakait nahi hai hum. Beehad mein baaghi hote hain, dakait milte hain Parliament mein."

Mafia, or you may call them daakus, are active without any fear of arrest or punishment, of course, outside parliament. But is it possible without the patronage or collusion of politicians? It is reported that during the last 30 years many gruesome acts of the mafia have surfaced but no one has been caught. Governments are sitting on the reports. The continuous growth of mafia is the result of full support of our system.

The whole country is shocked to witness the death of Narinder Kumar and consequent demise of democracy. Mr S.W. Naqvi, Inspector General of Police, Gwalior, categorically denied the patronage of politicians. He said the mafia is active but it is not in the knowledge of the government and the police. Is anyone going to believe this statement? Yes, we can only speculate that the IG is either playing safe or playing in the hands of politicians or the mafia. Lip service by politicians has started. Real action is far-sighted.

The Congress may shout from the roof-tops and blame the BJP for protecting the mafia in the state but all the parties know the real truth. It may be Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Karnatka or any other state, the fact of the matter is that the Mafia is having the full backing of the Centre. How can, otherwise, Government employees be killed in broad day light by these goons? Narinder Kumar stood for what he believed in. Now it is the primary duty of the media to keep this case alive and pressurize the government till the time the real culprit is caught and punished. Manoj Gujjar, the driver of the tractor has been arrested and there is every possibility that he will be punished.

He may become sacrificial lamb and the real force behind the crime will continue its gruesome acts with the blessings of our elected leaders. Narender's father has demanded for justice and has also expressed fear for his daughter-in-law's life. Let every one of us do our bit and not turn a blind eye to injustice. It is high time that we make use of every available resource to highlight this issue and create awareness among our fellow citizens. Narender Kumar's death should not go in vain.
Honesty should not be stabbed. Let us ensure that one word "SORRY" by Shiv Raj Chauhan should not put a full stop to this ghastly happening which has left not only loyal officers' parents in a state of big shock but put all citizens hang their heads in shame and sorrow. Alas! This inhuman incident has taken place in the constituency of Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh. It is sad but not surprising.

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