Saturday, February 09, 2013

Dear Barkha Dutt...People are not Fool


Dear Barkha Dutt

Watched you reporting on hanging on Afzal Guru today morning. It was barely an hour of his hanging and was still breaking news. It was really great of you to have called the lawyer of the accused on TV rather then anyone one from victims families waiting for justice since last 11 years.

The lawyer shamelessly declared it strongest violation of human rights and also raising questions on fairness of trail. For those who say that Guru was not given Fair trial should also know that "It was because of the Fair trial by the Indian Judicial system that another accused Prof SAR Geelani who was also convicted was set free by the court".On behalf of many Indians you did not even defend the human rights of soldiers died defending our parliament whose families were waiting for 11 years. Not even once you asked her how Afzal explored all legal options and delayed the case. My fellow soldiers defused the bomb which did not explode as attackers abandoned it prematurely. Think of the selfless sacrifice of the people defending the parliament. You people still play the clipping of that attack to gain TRP of your channels but forget the human rights of people who died during the course of duty but are most worried about the human right of conspirators and masterminds of such attacks and are very quick to call such people on TV.

You did not even ask once the lawyer that how come if the trail was not fair the second accused was acquitted. Why no human rights for people died in attack and many more died on border after this attack as whole army got deployed overnight on borders. Who is responsible for long wait for justice over 11 years for getting even one person hanged.

I wished you paid some tributes to people who died by the actions of people whose master mind was Afzal guru.
A fellow Indian citizen
Lt Col Darshan Singh Dhillon
Dear Barkha Dutt

Watched you reporting on hanging on Afzal Guru today morning. It was barely an hour of his hanging and was still breaking news. It was really great of you to have called the lawyer of the  accused on TV rather then anyone one from victims families waiting for justice since last 11 years.

The lawyer shamelessly declared it strongest violation of human rights and also raising questions on fairness of  trail. For those who say that Guru was not given Fair trial should also know that "It was because of the Fair trial by the Indian Judicial system that another accused Prof SAR Geelani who was also convicted was set free by the court".On behalf of many Indians you did not even defend the human rights of soldiers died defending our parliament whose families were waiting for 11 years. Not even once you asked her how Afzal explored all legal options and delayed the case. My fellow soldiers defused the bomb which did not explode as attackers abandoned it prematurely. Think of the selfless sacrifice of the people defending the parliament. You people still play the clipping of that attack to gain TRP of your channels but forget the human rights of people who died during the course of duty but are most worried about the human right of conspirators and masterminds of such attacks and are very quick to call such people on TV.

You did not even ask once the lawyer that how come if the trail was not fair the second accused was acquitted. Why no human rights for people died in attack and many more died on border after this attack as whole army got deployed overnight on borders. Who is responsible for long wait for justice over 11 years for getting even one person hanged.

I wished you paid some tributes to people who died by the actions of people whose master mind was Afzal guru.
A fellow Indian citizen
Lt Col Darshan Singh Dhillon

2 comments:

DHARMESH said...

Fucking paid congressi criminals... Hang these traitors first

a patriot said...

It is very shameful that a senior reporter of a reputed national tv channel has stooped so low to espouse the cause of an antinational and a terrorist totally ignoring the supreme sacrifice of the security personnel who laid down their lives in the line of their duty and the sentiments of their beloved family members who have suffered the trauma during the past eleven years. Perhaps the likes of Barkha believe that the secrity personnel are not entitled to human rights.