Sick f*cks. 🙁
Of course, in Incredible India.
After the end of the Nazi era, where else would all the Sick f*cks of the world congregate, schmuck.
Haven’t we said that ad nauseum, ad infinitum?
We can’t open the Indian newspapers these days without reading of another sick, blood-chilling account of a ‘honor killing.’
Folks, we’ve told you a million times.
Robespierre’s minions and the reign of terror are in perpetual play in the benighted country India.
* In the latest instance of dishonor killing, a 20-year-old girl Megala in Tamil Nadu lost the light of her life Sivakumar for daring to elope with him against her family’s wishes. In retaliation against her elopement, her father and brother among others are alleged to have killed Sivakumar.
* A few weeks earlier (on June 14, 2010), a Delhi girl and her lover met a gruesome end at the alleged hands of her relatives for daring to fall in love. Asha Saini and Yogesh Kumar were allegedly electrocuted to death by family members.
* In Madhya Pradesh a teenager was shot to death by her father for eloping with a man of another caste. The girl, Kalpana, was just 15.
That’s just four among so many (dis)honorable murders in India.
According to the Times of India, there were 19 honour killings between April 9 and June 30.
Who knows how many (dis)honorable murders in India’s hinterlands remain unreported!
The crime is invariably love, with caste playing a mischievous role, and the punishment meted out by the animals is death.
A bloody, barbaric death, oftentimes.
Here’s an excerpt on the disturbing subject from the TOI:
The death of the Delhi-based journalist Nirupama Pathak in her Koderma home for her relationship with a boy from a different caste and the arrest of her mother shook the country that has professed to evolve a casteless society.
Nirupama’s turned out to be the first of a series of seemingly interminable killings. Not a single day passes without one or two reports of youngsters either being killed or being hounded by their families for the “crime” of falling in love. And it is turning relatives and friends, hitherto affectionate people, into demons.
Sociologist and JNU emeritus professor Yogendra Singh finds the recurring cases of honour killing “bewildering”. Many factors seem to have overlapped, he says. “There was always a subterranean sentiment of male chauvinism lurking in the northern parts of the country, where female insubordination was always nipped in the bud. But even here, until recently, criminal acts were not sanctioned. Equally disturbing is the fact that caste killings are soft-pedalled as it hurts vote bank politics.”
Capital city Delhi, for all its aspirations to be a truly international cultural centre, has seen three related honour killings in the last fortnight. And these murders were carried out by jeans-and T-shirt wearing youngsters, not the dhoti-kurta-pagri clad caste leaders.
If that doesn’t fill all the Indian Chutiyas with shame, wonder what else will!
Shouldn’t the old turbaned fella Manmohan Singh be speaking out strongly against repeated instances of these hideous crimes? God, if only this doddering dodo had half the balls his brave daughter Amrit Singh has!
Hey, what’s that dirge we hear in the background.
Must be the victims wailing Mera Bharat Mahaan Nahin.