Was the beheading done by terrorists to avenge Kasab..

@vandana7 (68562)
India
January 16, 2013 11:13am CST
Just some doubt... Terrorists might have done that ...to get even...and tell their trainees, your death will be avenged ...if they kill one, we will kill two of theirs... And we are presuming it is Pak's armed forces... I dont think they would start anything of the sort as of now...because we are nuclear nation, and so are they...if things escalate...everything will go haywires...they have enough problems on Afghan border. So...does my theory seem valid? To escalate the issues between the two nations would only benefit the terrorists... Even the landmines may have been stolen by the terrorists from Pak army's bunkers with the sole objective of escalating the war like situation. They cant fight the war on their own...not having sufficient numbers, but with the help of armed force personnel, they can achieve their objective... Given this possibility, and it is only a theory...what would your reaction be to any provocation on front?
4 responses
@dollar3235 (2063)
• India
16 Jan 13
Whatever was the reason for the beheading, as a country we've not replied to this action, in India Sardars/Punjabi are one of the aggressive people by nature, there is only one waste Sardar in our country and unfortunately he's our PM. He's of no use, someone who can't react to a situation like this, how do you think he'll manage the country. He should be resign if he's unable to do anything for this kind of situation.
@vandana7 (68562)
• India
17 Jan 13
Aw dollar...reacting instantaneously is childish...even the US did not react instantaneously when the World Trade Center was burnt down. And I think the decision whether to retaliate or not should come from somebody who has close relative in armed forces. That helps in ensuring restraint at the right moment. Its all very well to have blood boiling. But if the blood boils so much the person should be at the front. But perhaps may be not. He or she would not be able to control himself and end up causing more problems for the armed personnel out there, or even the the country. I wouldnt like to disrespect our PM but he does raise some questions.
• India
17 Jan 13
If someone kills our soldier and takes away his head, do you think India should still be talking, they attacked on our parliament, we kept talking, then they attacked on Hotel Taj, we still kept talking and spending money on that piece of crap. Don't compare India with US, I agree they didn't react instantaneously, but think what they did after that, they completely screwed Afganistan, Taliban and Iraq. They didn't think whether they were right or wrong, they just attacked anything which they considered as enemy, Israel does the same thing but our royal country has ultimate politicians, who will rather save money for scams than spending on a war for the pride of the nation.
@rambansal (575)
• India
17 Jan 13
Fighting a war and winning is not a matter of numbers but that of will. They have will to do anything they like which we lack terribly, particularly our leaders have no time for such fishy matters while each of them is busy in looting the nation to serve their vested interests.
@vandana7 (68562)
• India
17 Jan 13
If we retaliate, we do land in a full scale war. But is it an opportune time for it? That is a different matter. Even Lord Shrikrishna tried to avoid war between the cousins by going as a messenger and negotiator, remember? So it is our duty to avoid wars, and resort to it only under extreme situations, and situations which cannot be resolved without war. Considering our past relations with Pakistan, it is doubtful if another war, and another victory will end the enemity like it has done in the case of the US and Russia.
@thesids (22357)
• Bhubaneswar, India
17 Jan 13
In Indian context, I even consider the Politicians, the Media too as terrorists. And it is an Indian belief that the terrorists in that part of the world are funded and maintained by their Army or the ISI. So definitely, these chances exist and again, the act of beheading was a little more barbaric and I think the Army would not do such an act... but when it comes to Armies and Wars of today, you cannot trust anyone to behave
@dollar3235 (2063)
• India
16 Jan 13
Whatever was the reason for the beheading, as a country we've not replied to this action, in India Sardars/Punjabi are aggressive people by nature, there is only one waste Sardar in our country and unfortunately he's our PM. He's of no use, someone who can't react to a situation like this, how do you think he'll manage the country. He should be resign if he's unable to do anything for this kind of situation.