Post Mumbai terror attack, the politicians were busy making comments that were disrespectful towards the martyrs and hurt the sentiments of all patriots. Obviously, the Kerala chief minister did not have any sympathy for Maj Unnikrishnanís family.
At this particular time it was better for him to keep his mouth shut on such sensitive issue after K Unnikrishnan refused to meet him. He should understand the pain Major Sandeep’s father was going through.
Obviously, the chief minister did not have any sympathy for Unnikrishnan’s family, where he had gone to sympathise only to boost his vote bank. The Major’s father only showed his anger at the politicisation of his son’s sacrifice by our politicians for their personal benefit.
There was a popular demand that the CM should resign. The BJP is demanding his ouster; the Railway minister Lalu Prasad Yadav
too wants his resignation but these politicians are all the same. BJP vice-president Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi had also made an awkward comment on ladies who gathered for lighting candles for people who lost their lives in the attack. The statement which he made in a conversation with a news channel was: “Some ladies in lipstick and powder have taken to roads in Mumbai
and are insulting our politicians, as a result they are spreading feeling of dissatisfaction against our democracy. This is what the terrorists are carrying out in J&K.”
At least, these courageous ladies are on streets for a good cause without any security, but what are these politicians doing, they don’t get out of their house without their security personnel. Now we don’t need such corrupt leaders; in the present situation we all should stand together to fight these politicians because the real terrorist are these politicians who don’t understand people’s feeling and are always trying to benefit from such circumstances. It’s time we taught them a lesson.