Mood is sombre and of gloom.The worst is over its time to revisit the dreaded plot to figure out what happened and how it could have been averted.
The eyes were damp and heart heavy to see the cremation ceremony of the martyrs.
I must commend the Indian TV journolist who risked there own life to bring to us the live action.The known faces like Arnab,Sriniwasan,Barkha,Sachin Chaudhry,Deepak and many more did a splendid and tiresome job.
The commitment was exemplary.The ultimate sacrifice of our Armed forces has been witnessed by the entire country and it will not go unnoticed.
The cheap political mileage drawn by politicians is so evident an so nauseating.
The divisive politicians who talked about driving the North Indians away from Mumbai were in there safe home when our commandos were fighting the NSG martyr Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan was from Bihar regiment and from Bangalore so was Gajendra Singh from Uttranchal Dehrahun.
India is united today against terror and will remember this for long time.
The current polls must have witnessed a strong polarisation against the central government and Congress.
The nicely dressed and well maintained Home minister was not to be seen.
He didn't had the guts or credential to visit any targeted site.
The Navy comments and says it did great work by sending the Marcos but what they did when the Speed boats came to Mumbai without check.??
Its time that security agencies did a solid introspection rather than blaming each other??
we pay our taxes and provide the best amenities to our armed forces to safeguard our borders and country.
So in my opinion if a police man dies in call of duty or a armed forces man dies in call of duty its his or her job.Isn't it?
Its good to praise extraordinary bravery but at the same time Indian public pays for all of them so its there duty too...
I may sound harsh but if i work in armed forces i know i owe my life to my country.
The real Armed forces man is ready for the supreme sacrifice any time if not, the terrorist will always win!!