policeman dies as ministers look on ... its a ****INGing DISGRACE

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iinfi

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Source: http://www.merinews.com/article/policeman-dies-crying-for-help-as-politicians-look-on/15793670.shtml

The common perception of politicians is that they are heartless and without a conscience. They take no trouble to break out of the stereotype. A new, unprecedented show of inhumanity unfolded on a road in Tami Nadu.


FORTY FOUR year old policeman R Vetrivel was attacked with home made bombs and his legs were brutally hacked by gangsters in Tamil Nadu. He was then left bleeding to death and crying for help on the road. The convoy of two state ministers M. R. K. Panneerselvam and Thiru T. P. M. Mohideen Khan holding the health and sports portfolios respectively came and passed by the site. What passed in the next few minutes poses serious questions up on our civilization and the judgment of the common man.

A few people from the convoy came out of their cars but none reached out to comfort the brutalized man. It took eight minutes for bureaucrat M Jayaraman, who was in the convoy to get out of his car and call for an ambulance. They waited another twenty minutes for the ambulance to arrive. It didn't Finally the dying sub inspector was put in one of the cars. He died enroute the hospital. All this while the ministers did not get out of their cars at all. Now the health minister is on the defensive, saying they did all they could.

Senior bureaucrat, VK Sunburaj, who was also in the convoy, says there's nothing wrong with what transpired. "We did our best possible in that situation. It takes twenty minutes for ambulance to come...Police did a good job,"
Hello India! Did you hear? All is fine.

There wil be a lot of explanations and clarifications to the family of the deceased cop, who are face the darkest that life has to offer right now.

They probably have watched the same footage the whole nation did, of how their father, son, brother, bled to death while so many big shots looked on and failed to help. His cries for help will haunt every viewer who has even a remotely sympathetic heart.

Yes, it is actually true that human beings are cruel to other human beings because they are biologically programmed to do so. Fortunately, we are not entirely dependent upon these instincts for our motivation. We also have minds that are able to recognize alternative response options that are superior to our instinctive urges which can produce more desirable outcomes. When we have instincts that encourage us to kill those who infuriate us we choose not to heed them. We are civilized ultimately because our minds are able to recognize that we would be better off if we did not follow our basic instincts. But what about those who refuse to help in this situation? What broke in them? Politics, power and wealth have killed in them all the last traces of humanity. Are we living in a society of cannibals? After all politicians in power are our society’s representatives. So finally are these the kind of people we want to be our leaders?

The legs of a policeman, R Vetrivel age 44, in Tamil Nadu were chopped off today by the gangsters and he lied on the road begging for help. A chopper the instrument of bestiality, drenched with his blood, is also thrown near him as warning of the consequences. A government convoy passes by this part of Tirunelvelli. It includes twoTamil Nadu’s big guns namely M. R. K. Panneerselvam and Thiru T. P. M. Mohideen Khan holding the health and sports portfolios respectively.

The passing government convoy casually stops. The blood from the body of butchered cop drains off. Neither of the ministers step out of their cars. With them are bureaucrats - a Collector and a Health Secretary.
No it not the script of any Tamil or Hindi Film.

Next scene:

The Collector, M Jayaraman, finally gets out of his car after dithering for eight minutes. Nobody offers to take the wounded inspector to hospital. Ministers are wondering at this gory drama from inside the car. None of them wants to get their cars soiled with the blood of the amputated cop. Finally, the Collector phones for an ambulance. It doesn't arrive.

Twenty minutes later, the cop is placed in one of the cars.
Now the reality show enters the final phase:
The ambulance drives away, the Health Minister finally gets out of his car.
(the ministers still don't offer theirs).

Climax:
“The policeman dies en route the hospital.”

And now the crocodile tears:

There would be lot of explanations and clarifications and the family of the cop would face the darkest of what life has to offerfrom now.

He cried on the road and any one who hears that cry on T.V. would remember till the end of his life. Yes, it is actually true that human beings are cruel to other human beings because they are biologically programmed to do so. Fortunately, we are not entirely dependent upon these instincts for our motivation. We also have Minds that are able to recognize alternative response options that are superior to our instinctive urges which can produce more desirable outcomes. When we have instincts that encourage us to kill those who have infuriated us we choose not to yield to our instinctive urges. It is ultimately because our Minds are able to recognize that we would be better off if we did not follow the 'recommendations' of the urge that's pulling on us. The killers suppress those instincts for ever to win what they had already lost.

What about those who refuse to help ?

What broke in them ? Politics, power and wealth have killed in them all instincts of humanity that Providence had endowed to them. Are we living in a society of cannibals. How deeper could we fall ? As one politician once said - “Politics often is a game played with *****es or whores.” I believe it was worst than that.
 

azzu

AJJU
i read this in the Newspaper
this is very tragic and worst incident
AFAIK there would be atleast 30-40 police personal with 5-6 cars for the two ministers
none of the person acted ? , and i believe if any of the police personal acted also the superiors wud definitely supress it coz of the seniors pressure and prestige
and i wud definitely say the police from south states dont actually get what they are worth( i mean everything)
 

Krow

Crowman
The media and more so we should concentrate on making sure that the family of the policeman is taken care of. That would be really difficult. Easier would be to put the politicians in jail for half an hour before they take a bail. :x
 

azzu

AJJU
Easier would be to put the politicians in jail for half an hour before they take a bail. :x
they wont be in jail for even hour rather sit in front of DIG cabin with all the force hoppin around them (least if possible they r taken in custody)
 
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