According to The Times of India, Dr Binay Kumar of Ranchi Institute of Medical Sciences said, "Apart from the IED, detonator batteries and a small solar panel were fished out from the abdomen." He said the jawan had received several bullet injuries. "The IED weighed 2.75 kg with the container," Kumar, who conducted the post-mortem, said. It is the same story of the Iraqi boy, a football lover, who had been treated in the same way.
Reacting to the incident of IED inserted in a jawan's abdomen, BJP spokesperson Nirmala Sitharaman said, "From the kind of Naxal attacks that have come to the fore, BJP calls upon all human rights bodies to condemn this brutal act of planting bombs inside dead bodies of security men. This is equivalent to terrorism and even the Naxalite movement should realize that."
Sensitive people do not like to see any inhuman activities even in movies and serials. How many of us have enjoyed the thrill of the circus or the delights of the animal killings or enjoyed a movie battle scene as the cavalry charges towards the enemy?
Recently, we have seen the Pakistani act of barbarism at the LoC in Jammu. Army officials say beheadings - an ancient wartime tactic - terrorizes troops and are used to collect war trophies.
Today when philosophers and sociologists are talking about the theories of global citizenship where boundaries of nations are collapsing and the concept of world economy is taking a fresh breath, such type of acts will only ruin the good work.
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