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Different children, different rules

Kashmiri brave girl Rukhsana, who with the help of her younger brother Ajaz Ahmed led the attack and killed a LeT militant in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir this September says, “There was a reward of Rs.8.5 lakh on the militant my brother and I killed. We have not received even a penny of it.”

She is seeking a Central Government job in Jammu or another State, for her family's safety. She has refused a job in the J an K police, fearing for her family's safety, after a grenade attack on her house.

In the meanwhile, Raosaheb Shekhawat,(son of the President), and Amit Deshmukh,,Praniti Shinde, Pankaj Bhujbal , all Maharshtra politicians' children who won state elections thanks to their parents names only, are additionally contributing to the delay in the Maharashtra government formation, due to Congress-NCP disagreements, by applying pressure for inclusion in the Ministries.


Vinod_Sharma said...

Welcome on board! Couldn't have begun with a better tweet!

Every day we are seeing increasing signs that there are two distinct Indias. One is of those with power, particularly political, and privilege, and the the other is of those who are outside that circle.

The first one, unfortunately, is enjoying the fruits of the hard work and sacrifices of the second; the former wants still more, while making the latter do with less...something will have to give way at some time.

Anonymous said...

You go girl!

manju said...

Yes, what a difference! But very few care...

BK Chowla, said...

A visible difference.
One is power hungry-the other is self respecting
One is fighting as security-the is fighting for security.
One has some self respect-one is shameless.
I salute Rukhsana.
I wish this country could produce more of them.
Finally,will she get her due?
I doubt.

Happy Kitten said...

thanks for the reminder.. else Rukshana will soon fade from our minds.

I hope she is given a job in another state else I fear for her life...

a brave girl indeed...

Smitha said...

Such a tragedy!Somebody who has made a real contribution to India is ignored and others whose only claim to fame is their parentage get all the benefits!

Solilo said...

Tragedy of our country. Same thing happens to our soldiers. Their families are allotted petrol pumps and land that never reach them. Old parents have to go in and out of offices and arrange 'chai-pani' to finally get all documents in place. :(

BK Chowla, said...

Solilo,not only that.In one case the father was asked to prove that ha was the father of the killed army officer before he could be handed over the petrol pump documents.

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