Re: Minorities' Council Letter to Indian PM on Hounding of Indian Minorities
I tried to take out some portions from this letter and they have their own story to tell.
>>>>>>>>>>>"Administrative Reforms Commission in its fifth report on Social Order as well as the Supreme Court twice during the hearing of the Gujarat cases has stated that communal violence is a greater threat to the society and state than terrorism">>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Terrorism in India is international in character. Communal violence is raised by misplaced optimism on part of the conflicting communities that violence is the way to vent their flared up anger. Communal violence in India is spontaneous . They have a beginning , a peak and a sudden drop. Terrorism is insidious, cunningly developed for larger motives like capturing land, conversion etc. Which is more dangerous ?
>>>>>>>>>>>"While focusing attention on terrorism, the NIC will be well advised to keep in view the linkage established by the inquiries by Justice Srikrishna and Justice Gokul Krishna between serial blasts like those in Mumbai ,1993,and Coimbatore,1998 and frustration caused among a section of Muslim youth by partisan role of the Government and loss of hope in the justice delivery system.">>>>>>>>>>
I am from Coimbatore and I know what happened. The police arrested some goons who stabbed to death a constable . There was a violent protest from the muslims. What followed was a big fight in which the muslims suffered. Then again the planning continued and the TN police captured some Muslim youth in Chennai with an unprecedented quantity of explosives. It was perhaps here that they first perfected the tiffin box bomb that later spread out to all the cities.
The Police and Govt were lax on them and then followed the Coimbatore serial blasts.
We have a history how Buddhism and Jainism were wiped out from India after they started politically manipulating by converting kings and nobles. They fell because of their own contradictions.
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