THE HINDUS, LIKE THE DOGS, HAVE NO TRADITION OF REMEMBERING THEIR DEAD. AT LEAST ONE MILLION WERE SLAUGHTERED BY THE "INDIGENOUS" MOHAMMEDANS, THEIR FELLOW CITIZENS, IN 1947 WHEN THE NEW ILLEGITIMATE ("BASTARD") STATE OF PAKISTAN CAME INTO BEING WITHOUT REFERENDUM. THERE IS NO MEMORIAL TO THE DEAD OF 1947 ANYWHERE. THERE IS NO DAY IN THE YEAR IN THE INDIAN, OR HINDU, CALENDAR, DEDICATED TO RECALLING THEIR FATE, MISERY AND DEATH.
The Hindus have been DYING in South Kashmir ever since January 1948. Yet there is NO plaque or sign to indicate where one was killed, WHERE ONE FELL. ...You will find such plaques all over in any European city.
The Indian soldiers (a despicably misused mercenary force since 1947, performing for the ruling party rather than serving the Motherland) have been bleeding to death in South Kashmir. Yet never paid a compliment by their Supreme Commander. The "rat" does NOT bother to even attend a funeral of any soldier or officer!
......B'lore stays aloof as brave son is laid to rest
..................By D Ram Raj
.......Thursday, August 1 2002 14:08 Hrs (IST)
Bangalore: On October 21, he would have turned 28 and probably got married. But, fate willed otherwise. The mortal remains of captain Kevin Kumar of Bangalore were laid to rest at the Hosur Road cemetery under full military honour after a solemn service at the St Mark’s Cathedral on August 1.
A super commando with the elite 9 Para Battalion Special Forces operating in Jammu and Kashmir, Kevin Kumar lost his life battling the militants on July 29. The funeral service and ceremony was attended by a motley crowd of family, friends and the Army officials, but not any from among the common masses.
Even as the brave soul was given a tearful and inconsolable farewell, the common man of Bangalore city seemed to be unaffected or rather unconcerned about a brave heart who had sacrificed his life at the height of militancy so that we could live in peace.
Caught in the quagmire of getting , the morning milk, fetching water, catching the public transport and finally reaching his office on time amidst the burgeoning traffic, the commoner appeared unconcerned about the woes of a family - especially mother Christine Kumar and father Lt Col Ashok Kumar, who had lost their dear in the prime of his life.
"I do sympathise with the loss and it is unfortunate that a young soul had to be plucked so cruelly. But, I'm caught in my own web of completing my daily chores to physically extend a sympathetic hand to the family. After all, as a society we are generally brought up without much concern to what happens to our next door neighbour," Shivkumar, an engineer with a private firm told Indiainfo.com.
Karnataka's Social Welfare Minister A Krishnappa received the body when it arrived in the city on July 31 and Karnataka Governor V S Ramadevi sent her condolence message – that was carried by the local dailies. But, the above acts seemed to have been done more out of protocol than deep sympathy for the bereaved family. A few journalists, however, with a passion for their profession and the brave were also present.
It's paradoxical that the capital should express sentiments that are diametrically opposite to those seen in the rural parts of the state. Karnataka, especially Kodagu (Coorg) and Uttara Karnataka (Dharwad, Bijapur, Bagalkot, Bellary, Belgaum, Raichur, Bidar and Haveri) regions, is known to have contributed its fair share of soldiers for the cause of the country.
Many of them have laid down their lives while serving in border areas, during insurgent clashes, wars and the most recent of all, the Kargil skirmish. Each time a soldier from the rural areas went down fighting, it was a case of collective mourning from the smaller villages and townships.
In fact, the many villages and towns have mourned the loss of a soldier as if a relative had departed in his or her own family. The entire village or town would await the body and attend the funeral morally sympathising with the family and fasting - a practice of not lighting the stoves as a mark of obeisance for the dead among the Hindus.
We at Indiainfo.com pray for captain Kevin Kumar’s soul to rest in peace and for God to give strength to the family to bear the bereavement.
(WE BETTER PRAY FOR THE GUTS AND PATRIOTISM OF THE SUPREME COMMANDER OF THE INDIAN ARMED FORCES TO REGULARLY ATTEND THE FUNERALS OF HIS DYING SOLDIERS IN SOUTH KASHMIR.
WE PRAY FOR THE GUTS & COURAGE OF THE INDIAN PARLIAMENT TO DESIGNATE A "DAY OF HEROES" TO COMMEMORATE THE HINDUS (AND SIKHS) WHO DIED DEFENDING "AKHAND BHARAT" AND FIGHTING THE CREATION OF PAKISTAN IN 1947.
WE PRAY FOR THE GUTS OF ALL THE INDIANS TO SET UP A SUITABLE MEMORIAL TO THE ONE MILLION DEAD OF 1947 WHO PAID WITH THEIR LIVES FOR OUR "FREEDOM FROM THE BRITISH" IN 1947.
We pray for the HINDUS to elevate themselves to the HUMAN RACE.