Thursday, June 18, 2009

500 Against 1........

A recent heroic incident would pass away into oblivion if I do not capture this in my post. There were 501 people involved in this incident that took place in the city of Chitrakoot and all the guys involved were armed to the teeth. The real hero of this story was the notorious mobster Kewat who had a "handsome" reward of Rs 50,000 on his head and fought the 500 cops including their valorous leadership for an astounding 48 hours.
I was flabbergasted by the complete ineptitude of the UP police involved in this. How could you need 500 armed policemen with complete logistics to counter a single dacoit.
This speaks volumes of the training, infrastructure and motivation of the police to protect the ordinary citizens from criminals.

This incident should be noticed by all well meaning sections of the society to not to jeer at the cops but to help overhaul the policing system which otherwise is going to the dogs.

20 comments:

Harshita said...

Haanji... bilkul sahi kaha...

Main bhi kal se yehi soch rahin hun... ki kya nautanki Police hain.

Anyways, I have seen a lot of UP police karnaamas growing up as I studied and stayed there...

I don't expect any improvements from them no matter wat... it is although really shameful...

Abhi rabb naa karey... UP mein 26/11 jaisa kuch ho.. toh by gawd yeh toh apni city unhey dekar bolengey... bhaiya hum chaley nautanki dekhney... aap sambhaalo...

Sneha said...

Bilkul sahi bola tuney wasey mai bhi U.P sey hee hun Mathura sey.:)
Maya aunty jindabad.:)

Pallav said...

i too agree..yar what a stupidity it is...
for 1 500people
:(
cant say anythng
waisey hum bhi UP ke hai bhai
Ghaziabad
hehehe...

Pallav

Sneha said...

@Pallav,

ganimat hai hum chitrakoot key nahi hai.;)

dreamer said...

I totally agree....it surely indicates there is something wrong with the system....what we inherited from British raj and what quite irrationally adopted without mending it to soot our needs surely is the seed of the problem.....Its high time we need reforms in our internal security structure....Its ridiculous how come 500 for 1!!

Arv said...

well... thats like a scene from a comedy film...

I wish they do something about it...

take care da... you have a nice day... cheers...

Sneha said...

@ nainika,

I agree with you.:)

Sneha said...

@ Arv,
seriously its 100% hit comedy.

have a nice day ahead.:)

DPhatsez said...

tch! Real life imitates Reel life for a change ! PAthetic indeed!

Sneha said...

@ DPhatsez,
I am sure RGV must be thinking of making a movie on this real life episode.:)
Thanks for the read and the comment.:)
have a nice day.:)

Pallav said...

Agar Chitrakoot ke hotey to humara kya hota sambha..
hehehe...
vaisey Chitrakoot se yaad aayaa waha ka kuch bahut famous hain ..kya i dont knw
i think hum bhoool gyaa hoon
hehehe....
:P
Pallav

Sneha said...

arry gabbar bhai
chitrakoot per hee tulsidas jee kou hunuman jee ney parrort ben kar ram jee key barey mai betaya tha. Muzey tou y hee peta hai or hum weha hotey na tou satrey kewat humrey shgird hotey. he he

Shravan | ശ്രവണ്‍ said...

lolz is the only word. our internal secu system is a big time comedy :)

Sneha said...

@ Shravan,

absolutely correct.:)

Aevi said...

i never thought like that but your idea is compelling :)

ASWANI said...

This is just amazing and funny. anyways, nice to know that you are from UP and that too Mathura. Keep up the good work :)

Sneha said...

@ Aevi,
I think i will recommended as an Advisor to the state.;)

Sneha said...

@ Aswani,
yeah this is hilarious for sure.

M S Ahluwalia said...

well, just put yourself in the position of the policeman who
a) has to pay lacs to get the job
b) is slapped by any 'sadakchaap' goon who is a politician's 'aadmi'
c) is feared by the 'aam junta' for no particular fault of his(atleast when he joins)
d) is systemically brainwashed - to believe that he is a sheepdog of the netas to herd in the sheep a.k.a. junta... and can also hurt the sheep if it goes haywire!

what motivation would he have to perform on job as a policeman? It is quite sad. Well, leave alone motivation most don't even have the intent and, that, is a much bigger problem!

Sneha said...

@ M S Ahluwalia,
I agree to what you have said and its truly a very sorry state of affairs at the ground.
I also want to say that blogging lets you come across different thoughts that help to broaden your horizon.:)

I Appreciate your point of view.:)