Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Lynch Them!

Hang them all.
Or Better lynch them.
They were so obviously high with power that they shot a lady who happened to protest what?Who protested when they eve teased!!! Yes eve teased, and eve teasing her daughter in law.
Meher Bhargava was shot, who later succumbed to the bullet wound, because she objected when some young men were eve teasing, her daughter in law.
A vivacious socialite, Bhargava had dared local goons who passed lewd remarks at her young daughter-in-law in the compound of a residential apartment, a stone's throw from the office-cum-residence of the district police chief. [ link ]
And she got shot! Why shouldn’t they get shot in return? These are the times when I think death penalty or torture are justified. Men have become too civilized, I mean us, not them or have we become cowards? Man! they should be mobbed and lynched.

I still remember when my Uncles ( My father elder bro and a younger one) once beat up a couple of guys, one of them a Minister Brat, at the gate of our house because they were passing lewd remarks at the neighbor’s young daughters. They were beaten black and blue and let go when they started running and shouted back that they will shoot my uncle. Well, it was their mistake. They were chased and beaten again, and had to be hospitalized for a long time. It was during a Kaang( Rath Jatra in Manipur).

My grandpa gave verbal thrashing for a few days to my uncles, because he had spent money on the hospital expenses and had to face the Parents of the brats. Another of my younger uncles commented that the uncles who actually beat the guys up had grown up in hard times and that we were still not quite uncivilized, like the Wild West. Justice was taken into one’s own hands to soon.

But I think we have become too civilized. Maybe it is a rant, and unrealistic, but the best solution for such crimes that strike at the heart of a social set-up, of civilization, is to adopt what my uncle called uncivilized means. I don’t know what our justice system will offer them in the form of punishment. Will the punishment deter future goons from repeating the same crime? If not, then there is no point even wasting valuable court time and resources. I understand that the justice system and the government is not in the business of taking revenge, but the punishment should be so harsh that such crimes are not repeated.

The sentence should serve as a deterrent to future power kids from misusing their Power. I don't like the sound of the MLAs though.

The culprits should be Punished, otherwise Meher Bhargava would have died in vain.
Nobody will dare ever raise a voice against any injustice, if voices could be silenced so easily.

Desipundit is spearheading a campaign for justice.
Do join in.
Blog about it.
Lets do our bit.

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Blogger Hawkeye said...

What is the use? I dont see the point of blogging about it. What does it achieve? Blogging is not newspaper reporting.

29/3/06 11:54 AM  
Anonymous tony said...

hey pal!!! the rule of bloggin ; there are no rules... this is not about reporting, it's about expressing your Feelings about the issue. if it helps change the world, cool. If not, then also cool. the only way i could demontrate earlier was to literally demonstrate. Now I can sit in my home and do the same. better than doing nothing right? maybe it will give me the inertia too... who knows,

30/3/06 2:36 PM  
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1/4/06 10:56 AM  
Anonymous manoj said...


Show your support:

Dear Friends,

This is an appeal for your attention towards the plight of the victims of rape and molestation in the villages of hmar region in Churachandpur district, Manipur, India that were uncovered in mid January 206. More than 20 women, many of them very young tribal girls and some as young as 13-14 years have been mass raped by miltants but the national media coverage has been deplorably scant and consequently the victims have not received proper medical treatment nor emotional support from the government till date.

Volunteers at AID Baton Rouge have drafted an online petition to be sent to the Government of India and various ministries appealing for immediate intervention and requesting more attention to this issue and the region on the whole. It will also be sent all the media entities in India.

Please visit to view the petition and show your support.

Media links about the incident here:

Our volunteers are also in touch with various local NGOs and organizations, collecting more information and exploring possibilities for help for the affected women. If you wish to help in anyway or can give us any further contacts, please get in touch with any of us Manoj@ 614 3184. or prathyusha @, supriya @

There is also a mass protest by student and women organizations of several ethnic groups of NE in Delhi on April-4th and we are trying to get as many forces as possible to join them and also bring it to the attention of media. Your help in this regard would be of great value - please send us any relevant contacts or information.

We also request you to forward this appeal to as many people as you can.
For more information on the incident you can contact SIPHRO, Hmar Students Association or Hmar Women's Association.


PS: Little insight into situations in manipur

1/4/06 12:40 PM  

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