After the highly controversial and some might say hasty Supreme Court verdict, Kerala IGP S Sreejith stated possibly under pressure from their bosses, the Kerala Communist Government, that “the police will do their duty at any cost and will do everything possible to implement the Supreme Court verdict.” The IG Police and the police force has come under heavy criticism. This officer and his crew were seen escorting women of other faiths into the temple complex (but luckily no one to gain entry) and was even seen giving his police uniform and helmet, which is against service rules.
Now it is being reported that IG Police S. Sreejith who is also a Ayyappa devotee, WHICH MEANS HE ABIDES BY LORD AYYAPPA’S WISHES ON ENTRY RESTRICTIONS, entered the temple as civilian (and not as a police officer) was seen weeping while offering prayers at the sanctum sanatorium of the temple.
It is no doubt a difficult choice, but common sense would tell you that a 1,000 year tradition should get more respect than a hasty Supreme Court decision which may eventually get overturned and if not, a law may be passed to allow devotees in a way that respects the Lord!
- 23 Oct 2018
Due to the public interest litigation (or PIL), the Supreme Court hears and gets involved with so many issues even though it has an overflowing case load. In this case, these Rohingya Muslim, who claim to be stateless are originally from the Bangladesh-Burma border. So with Burma and Bangladesh as neighbors, why are we in India (a 3rd country) have to host them and let them stay. It is alleged that several among them engaged in violence. With 30%+ population in poverty, and with so many issues we are faced with, do we need to absorb and give shelter to another 40,000 Muslim refugees today and possibly lakhs in the future who could be sympathizers of terrorism. The answer ought to be Absolutely Not!
Source: Times of India
- 2 Oct 2017
As is so common for BBC and most of the western press, they are deeply unhappy about a brave Indian Army Officer using a Stone Throwing Terrorist as a human shied to protect a Kashmir Police Officer and polling officer. REMEMBER THIS ON THE SPOT DECISION RESULTED IN LIVES BEING SAVED, WHICH OF COURSE DOES NOT SEEM TO CONCERN BBC. They make the usual claims about low voting (not relevant here as terrorists and the separatists are working hand in hand with Pakistan), Amnesty International (a die-hard anti-India organization for decades), public opinion in tiny Britain or anywhere in the world. BBC as usual comes up with their views, made up opinions to harrass our Army and its soldiers. SORRY BBC, YOU ARE ALLOWED YOUR FREE SPEECH, BUT NOBODY CARES OR LISTENS TO YOU…
- 4 Jun 2017
Shri Giriraj Singh, Member of Parliament (from Bihar) recently said that families of every community should be required to limit to 2 child per family. So why is that comment viewed and reported as controversial? In addition to population control leading to a healthier population, his comment should be viewed as a way to protect and preserve the social dynamics of villages, towns and districts. If the religious balance goes haywire, it could cause several problems as is being reported in some areas of West Bengal (Malda and other border districts), or Assam or Kerala.
- 25 Apr 2016
Well known elements in Indian media, allegedly encouraged by Opposition parties unfairly blames PM and BJP for anything and everything. The unfortunate incident was in UP, a non-BJP state, killing of Kalburgi one who was allegedly stepping on religious sensitivities which happened in Karnataka ruled by Congress, the nun rape case in Kolkata ruled by Trinamool Congress, Church attacks also happened in Opposition ruled states and like this the list goes on. Such accusations were never directed at the PM or Congress the then ruling party. So in light of loud accusations by our media one is left wondering if there is some media conspiracy in play.
- 22 Oct 2015
MEAT BAN ISSUE: MEDIA WORRIED ABOUT MEAT, GOVT ABOUT ROTI & CHAWAL …
How true – Maharashtra CM says, “people like you (the media, Rajdeep Sardesai) get disturbed by an imaginary situation that there won’t be a piece of meat in your platter for two days when my annadata is taking extreme steps (committing suicides) because he has no food to eat.
- 23 Sep 2015