In another few hours, it would be the 26th of November. It would have been a normal day, had it not been for an
alarming shocking terror attack that struck Mumbai, the most happening city in India, three years
I don’t really know if the media covered the incident with the dignity and ethics it had to. Now, being a journalism student, the confusion has boosted up a lot more. There is the ever-ending competition of who would get the newest news and publish it on air, and then there are the feelings of the victims and family members. But yes, I strongly disagree to the way they showed every single movement of the NSG’s, spoiling their plans and providing complete information to the terrorists about their movements. And you journalist, what exactly do you mean by asking a victim or a rescued person, “How do you feel?”!!! Dude they would feel the same way you would feel if you were rescued from a scene where you were stuck with two or three terrorists beside you, sticking their revolvers at your heads and threatening to shoot at the next breath you take in!
|The picture talks for itself|
And well, Kasab my dear! You would be praying and thanking God that you were captured hostage in India, and no other place. Because, trust me, if it had been any, and I mean ANY other place that you had shown this atrocity, you would be deep down the Earth in a really small, stinking coffin, bearing all the weight of the men walking above you. Even the children of India want you dead! I really don’t understand what the Indian Government mean by spending thousands of money on the provisions and security provided to Kasab! I mean, seriously isn’t there a limit to everything?
|Do we really have to tolerate all of this?|