IT IS LOGICAL WHAT THE CHIEF OF THE ARMY STAFF OF INDIA SAYS.
WESTERN NEPAL IS AS EXPOSED TO PAKI MISCHIEF AND TERRORISM AS ARE SOUTH KASHMIR AND SRI LANKA.
BUT WHAT THE GENERAL CALLS HIS "NATION" THAT CAN ONLY MAKE ONE LAUGH.
FIRST AND FOREMOST THERE IS THE ITALIAN BORN MOTHER OF NATION. AND THEN COMES THE SUPREME COMMANDER OF THIS NATION, "BLCAK CROW" BHANGI NARAYANAN with his BURMESE BORN spouse on his side.
The rest of it all we leave it to the judgement of the readers. Suffice is to mention (1) Status of NORTH Kashmir since October 1948 and Article 370 for South Kashmir since 1950.
Suffice is to mention the word "PARTITION" and the ruins of a grand temple in Ayodhya.
Suffice is to mention the BULL Shah Rukh Khan for so many Hindu maidens on and off screen without ONE Hindu counterpart who could touch a Musalmani!
If this is the "nation" the General is referring to, then we may say, "Think of all the CEASE FIRES since 1947 that your "eunuchs in uniforms" have SUFFERED. Name one decisive victory, or an advance by one inch into North Kashmir."
Thursday, May 16, 2002 (Kathmandu):
Outraged by the terrorist attack on the Kaluchak army camp near Jammu, Chief of Army Staff General S Padmanabhan today warned that the time for action has come.
However he made it clear that the Army "would not be the body to take a decision in this regard. The decision will be taken by the entire nation".
General Padmanabhan, who concluded his four-day visit to Nepal, did not elaborate the type of action the army was considering and said that he would visit the border areas to review the security situation.
In an exclusive interview to NDTV, the Army Chief said, "I am ready to give any sort of reply that you want but the point is that the occasion must come. And these are not decisions, which are taken by the army chief alone. The country has to sit down and decide what it wants to do. As far as I am concerned I am ready for anything."
When asked if tough action should be taken against terrorists he remarked, "The more words we spend on this question the less likely are we to do anything. I think that the time for words is over. I think that it is time for action as far as I am concerned that is what you will get."
We think General, you are more likely to do nothing.
For ACTION, look no further than Kandahar and Kabul.