Now the Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh, India, is under attack. The secularists, communists, Islamists, NGOs, human right groups and activists, etc have been overly busy attacking the Yogi government and they are worried about the lives and safety of criminals. The Yogi government is busy in wiping out the criminals in encounters. Instead of getting praise, the CM, government and police, all have been attacked and criticized by these elements.

Brothers and sisters of India, a very natural question comes to the mind: Why do police engage in the so-called encounters?

The simple answer is that such outlaws failed not only the nation but also entire system. Given they were not honoring the human rights of the citizens, then why do the police respect the human rights of a criminal? Brothers and Sisters of India, this is really very sad and tragic if those that died were innocent citizens. But if those that died were terrorists or criminals, than it was a good encounter necessary to safeguard the lives of the common man.

 
Yajnaarthaat karmano’nyatra loko’yam karmabandhanah;

Tadartham karma kaunteya muktasangah samaachara.

 

9. The world is bound by actions other than those performed for the sake of sacrifice; do thou, therefore, O son of Kunti, perform the action for that sake (for sacrifice) alone, free from attachment!

 

(The SHRIMAD BHAGAVAD GITA, Ch.III, Sl.9)

 
Our system is completely in shambles or failed. The honorable Supreme Court of India itself has admitted on so many occasions that the Indian system is a haven for criminals and harassment for simple and innocent citizens. This is a reality, and very sad reality. These criminals have failed the nation, failed the constitution and above all failed the justice system of the land so destined death through encounters real or fake.

Our system and our justice system failed to punish the likes of Dawood, Abu Salem, Chota Shakeel, Maulana Masood, Muktar and Afzal Ansari brothers, Atik Ahmed, Hassan Ali, Naxals, Jihadis etc., etc., and in the near future there is no early hope that such dreaded criminals and terrorists will be brought to the justice system. They have no respect for this nation, for the system of this country, for the constitution of this country, for the justice system of this country. So why should the nation or system care for such outlaws, terrorists and bandits?

 

Tasmaat twam indriyaanyaadau niyamya bharatarshabha;

Paapmaanam prajahi hyenam jnaana vijnaana naashanam.

 

41. Therefore, O best of the Bharatas (Arjuna), controlling the senses first, do thou kill this sinful thing (desire), the destroyer of knowledge and realisation!

(The SHRIMAD BHAGAVAD GITA Ch.III, Sl.41)

 

Encounters specialist do a great service to the nation and people by eliminating dreaded criminals in encounters, and they risk their own lives for the safety of the nation and people. All the time they and their family members are at risk, but even then, they serve the people, society and nation. In this manner, they have eliminated thousands of dreaded criminals in all over the country. In Gujarat, Maharashtra, J&K, Punjab, UP, and elsewhere, brave patriots have eliminated thousands of criminals and people are much safer. If all those criminals would be living today, the nation would have been completely under the control of criminals. Instead of honoring such patriots and great servants of people, this ungrateful nation is haunting and harassing them.

In Gujarat alone, a number of brave and patriot police officers are rotting in jails for eliminating dreaded criminals. In this nation, criminals and anti-nationalists are national celebrities, while brave and patriotic police personnel are treated as criminals. This is the irony of this nation.

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In Gujarat, a notorious terrorist, Shorabuddin Sheikh, was killed in an encounter. This Shorabuddin during his crime career killed more than fifty innocent people. The Indian judiciary completely failed to punish him. But when that dreaded criminal was killed by police, those brave and patriotic police officers, who killed him, are rotting in the jail. Now this notorious criminal is a national celebrity, thanks to the so-called secular vote-bank politics.

Encounter specialists like Daya Nayak, Pradeep Sharma, Ravindra Angre, Vanjara, Mohan Lal Sharma, Rajveer Singh, K.P.S.Gill, Ajay Sharma, etc., are national assets. Parliament should propose a law to protect their safety.

A US Patriot Act-style law must be prepared, in which security personnel are empowered to kill criminals, terrorists and illegal intruders without fear of being punished and prosecuted. When Pakistani invaders were brutally slaughtering Indians in Jammu and Kashmir in 1948, the apostle of non-violence and Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi exhorted the Indian Army to wipe out the invaders and slaughterers. The Gita also says a sinner must be killed.

 

Ajnashchaashraddhadhaanashcha samshayaatmaa vinashyati;

Naayam loko’sti na paro na sukham samshayaatmanah.

 

40. The ignorant, the faithless, the doubting self-proceeds to destruction; there is neither this world nor the other nor happiness for the doubting.

 

Tasmaad ajnaanasambhootam hritstham jnaanaasinaatmanah;

Cchittwainam samshayam yogam aatishthottishtha bhaarata.

 

42. Therefore, with the sword of knowledge (of the Self) cut asunder the doubt of the self-born of ignorance, residing in thy heart, and take refuge in Yoga; arise, O Arjuna!

( The SHRIMAD BHAGAVAD GITA, Ch.IV, Sl. 40, 42.

 

Therefore, read the Shrimad Bhagavad Gita, recite Here Krishna, and carry on with the encounter to make the nation safe and peaceful.

 

sarva-dharmän parityajya

mäm ekaà çaraëaà vraja

ahaà tväà sarva-päpebhyo

mokñayiñyämi mä çucaù

 

66. Abandoning all desires, come to Me alone for shelter. Be not grieved, for I shall release thee from all evils.

 

( The SHRIMAD BHAGAVAD GITA, Ch.IV, Sl. 66.

 


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