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Childhood, one of the best part of a person’s life.
Every time we think about our childhood, we definitely have a wide smile on our face. Those innocent memories, silly fights with friends, being pampered by everyone, fun times with siblings or love and care from family makes us believe that childhood days were the best.
But this is the definition of a happy childhood what about a devastating childhood?
CHILD LABOUR refers to the employment of children in any work that deprives children of their childhood, interferes with their ability to attend regular school, and that is mentally, physically, socially or morally dangerous and harmful.
India has a population of 1.324 billion in which around 440 million belong to the category of children. In this, around 33 million are uneducated and 12 million are child workers and the figure can reach up to 60 million. These are those kids who don’t have a happy childhood.
At the age of 5 they’re expected to earn money and help their family, their childhood is snatched from them. Those little hands that are supposed to play with toys, lift bricks and wash utensils.
These kids usually work in places like Dhaba (roadside restaurants), textile industries, or as domestic workers.
 The bottom line for child labour is poverty. At a very young age the kids are asked to work, they usually get these works through parents and most of the kids often tend to work where their parents are working. Kids even work in places such as firecrackers and matchstick factories which are completely hazardous for their health.
 According to the child labour act of 1986, no child under 14 should work. Child labour laws exist in many countries but there are not enough resources to enforce them and inspections are rarely carried out. Who is to be blamed for all this? The kid who doesn’t even know what he is doing, his parents who don’t have the money to provide food for their own kid or the government which isn’t taking up enough responsibility to make a change?
They often say poverty is a cycle because a poor man’s kid doesn’t get an opportunity to get education so he ends up doing the same job as that of their parent and lives the same life.
The government has taken few steps to bring an end to this like in India, education is provided as a fundamental right to children between the age group of 6-14. But still parents don’t send kids to school and instead send them to work.
Most of the kids do not like working but even if they don’t they’ve to work for their mere survival.
Every child in this world deserves a normal life, a happy childhood and definitely education. But many of them don’t even get an opportunity to explore their ideas or to get out of the poverty cycle. We as individuals should take up responsibility and help these kids have a better life. Next time, when you see a child under the age of 14 working don’t just ignore it, take a step forward and do something to stop it.


Just as the mind is important to help us grow intellectually, our body and physique is necessary to help us maintain our health. One of the easiest way to keep ourselves fit is by delving into sports, be it of any kind. Sports is of undeniable significance in our daily life, as it hones the body just like a good book helps the mind. Indulging ourselves in sports is not only advantageous to our health, but also helps us in leading a more disciplined life. Therefore, by practicing any sport, processional or as a form of leisure activity, we are only going to gain in some way or the other.
When an athlete runs towards the finish line or when a batsman waits patiently to face the ball coming at him at 70 km/h, he/she has only one thing on his/her mind, and that is, to be better than every other player on the field for that one moment. This competitive spirit can be involved only through sports, and it is of utmost value for the development of one’s character. Sports is the lifeblood of life, and it is directly proportional to the essence of a man’s behaviour, and how he leads his life. Physical activities have more to do with the conclusive good traits that are invoked in a man due to practicing a sport, than the winning or losing of the game itself. No matter what the end-result of one particular game, man is always rewarded by playing, it’s a win-win situation ultimately.
Sports is not just important for physical strength it also improves the mental and emotional strength of an individual. This is one of the reason why sports is made compulsory in many of the schools and colleges. Sports should be given as equal priority as education.

According to Oxford dictionary, feminism is a belief and aim that women should have the same rights and opportunities as men. But sadly, this isn’t something that’s happening in the real world.
Women have been fighting for equality since centuries but we still haven’t achieved complete success. The main reason behind this is people’s idea about Feminism.
People believe that feminism is a woman’s issue and it has got nothing to do with Men.
Men, Women, A gender, Non-Binary, Transgender, whatever you define your gender as does not exclude you from the feminist ‘club’. just because the word means ‘woman-like’ does not mean you can’t be a feminist.
Feminism doesn’t just seek to discover equality between all genders, it seeks to give back women everything they were denied.
 International Labour Organization, India’s Female Labour Force Participation (FLFP) has remained relatively low than other countries.
In rural areas, Women are still refused to provide even basic rights such as using toilets. All of this is happening because Women are not respected, they’re considered to be a slave. People believe that the role of a woman is to sit at home and do household chores and take care of her family.
Although, we are seeing some positive change towards gender inequality but it is very less when compared to the number of women that are facing inequality everyday.
People have attached a lot of negative stereotypes about feminism such as :”Only women can be Feminists.”
“Feminists think they are superior to men.”
“Feminists are Man-Haters. “
There are many who actually believe that all this is true. So let’s clear some things up,
Feminists are not Men haters, or they don’t believe that females are greater than males. Feminism is all about equality, all they ask is that everyone has the same rights as Majority.
If Men or any other gender start treating women as equals, we can put an end to a lot of crimes.
According to a survey, women in India earn 25% less than men.
One of the major reason behind less FLFP is workplace harassment.
Equality is something that should be provided to every individual, let it be a man, woman or anyone. Treating one gender superior to the other isn’t a healthy society and definitely not a fair society.
Thousands of women have come out of their house and have fought for Gender equality. Women have seen success in almost every field and have proved time and again that they’re equal to Men in every way. But still people believe that a Man is stronger than Woman. Though it’s a woman who goes through the pain of pregnancy, it’s a  woman who undergoes menstruation every month.
It’s high time we start respecting women and treat them as equals.
We often here people saying that the role of a Man is to protect Woman, for a change let us say that the role of people is to create such a society where women don’t have to be protected.


There are primarily two main issues that are prominently being highlighted in various parts of Uttarakhand and even in Delhi, the national capital and the pivotal issues are: one connected to Gairsain to be declared as the permanent capital of the 17 and a half year old state and another relaing to the contruction of a 315 meter high altitude dam over the Mahakali and Saryu rivers of Nepal and Uttarakhand likely to fully submerge about 64 villages of three districts of Uttarakhand and displace about thirty thousand families.

In order to provide fillip to the ongoing movements in Uttarakhand on these pivotal twin issues and mobilise the right thinking progressive people outrighty standing for Hairsain and against 480 billion worth of Pancheshwar dam, the intellectuals and social activists of Delhi and NCR collectively gathered at Press Club of India yesterday irrespective of the party, political and ideological affiliations and discussed at length the afore mentioned burning issues finally reaching to the conclusion that they will in the form of a unified conglomeration hold a protest demonstration from the Raisina Road, Press Club of India premises and present a memorandum to the prime minister of India on the burning issue of Gairsain to be made the capital of Ittarakhand undisputably and without any further delay. In a seminar cum meeting held at Press Club of India on 3rd of February the eminent literateur, poet and writer Manglesh Dabral hailed the ongoing movement for Gairsain capital and appealed to the progressive, secular and right thinking peoole of the country and Uttarakhand in particular to stand united and relentlessly struggle to reach to the final conclusion of the Gairsain demand as Gairsain according to him is not just an emotional and passionate demand but also significant from the point of view of its correct technical feasibility by being equidistance from both the Garhwal and Kumaon regions but also the birth place of the outstanding revolutionery of the country late Chandra Singh Garhwali.

Expressing his serious concern over the sorry state of affairs in the 18 year old Uttarakhand state Manglesh Dabral said that its most unfortunate that all the chief ministers of Uttarakhand right from Nityanand Swamy till date are functioning under the influence and directions of the bureaucracy which is utmostly against the demand of Gairsain to be ade the capital of Uttarakhand as their unholy nexus with land, illegal mining, builders and big dam mafias is very much protected and flourishing in Dehradun and they would never want to go inside the hills of Gairsain which is the symbol and embodiment of the decentralised over all development of the state. Speaking on the incessant plight of the inhabitants of Uttarakhand from interior villages to the plains Manglesh Dabral said today hundreds of villages have become empty and the spate of influx to the city is myriad which needs to be stopped at all costs and declaration of Gairsain as the permanent capital of Uttarakhand is the sole and only necessity of the present time.

He equated the the Mahakali and Saryu rivers as the pious Ganges and said that its highly deplorable that the present government is building a massive dam on it thus displacing thousands of the local inhabitants and spoiling the environment by binding the rivers and deforesting the heavy jungles considered to be our lungs and oxygen givers. Manglesh Dabral asked the agitationists to beaware of the anarchist and communal elements and said that the reactionery, divisive and communal forces including anti dalits should be kept away from such movements. He expressed his unhappiness and displeasure that intellectials, historians and movement activists like Dr. Shekhar Pathak and Dr. Shamsher Singh Bisht are not contributing to these pivotal movements of the hills.

The meeting was convened by All India Uttarakhand Mahasabha and presided by its national president Vinod Nautiyal whereas nicely conducted by the president of Uttarakhand Journalists Forum Sunil Negi. Prominent amongst those who spoke on the occasion were literateur and writer Dr. Hari Suman Bisht, Puran Dangwal, Colonel Dimri, sr journalists Gyanendra Pandey, Umakant Lakhera, Charu Tiwari, Avtar Negi, Suresh Nautiyal, Vyomesh Jugran, Sunil Negi, Vinod Nautiyal Kusum Kandwal Bhatt, Hansa Amola, Anita Nautiyal, Sushma Jugran, journalist, Subhash Traan, Dr. Surya Prakash Semwal, Pratap Shahi, Udai Mamgain Rathi, Chandan Gusain, Bhagat Singh Negi, Shiv Prasad Gaur, Umesh Pant and others.

Relationship Goals

“No matter how far we come, our parents are always in us.” ― Brad Meltzer

My parents have been great parents to me. They have worked hard and taught me so many things as I grew up. They provide a stable foundation for my life and future. Sometimes I totally ignored, there are a packs of love and relationship lessons but today I highly appreciated them.

Over the years, listening to mom dad stories became relatable, as I start indulging into the confusing yet awesome world of dating.

At last, there’s love story led me to a deep understanding of my own relationships, ideals and expectations.

Twenty-Five years since winking at each other my parents still act like high school love birds. They talk for hours on end, go on movie dates, laugh together.

          Here now I’m going to share Maa and Papa’s blueprint for romance with you :

  • Be a good friend to find a good friend. If you can look at your  love as a friend, then you have much better chances of sticking it out long-term. And my parents modeled what it means to be a good friend to others.

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  • little things that make all the difference: It always motivating to have a supportive partner, isn’t it? The little thing which they do for each other makes the things different. Since from my childhood, I’ve seen mom and dad doing the same.


  • True love  exist. When our parents have been together since they were 16 and are still happy nearly 40 years later, it makes you realize that love exist.
  • Care about the right things.Relationships not about 50-50 things, my parents have taught me that it should be 100-100 participation So care about the things which build each other.

  • Have a life of your own.Its true to share interest with your partner or so. But you also have to insure that you have a life your too.There is no need to control your happiness and are more content. Being happy in your own builds confidence and an energy that makes you more attractive to people.

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After the not so fructifying budget proposals particularly non raising of the personal income tax exemption limit and increase in cess from 3 to 4 percent etc and losing three of the parliamentary and legislative seats in Rajasthan and not making much political ground in West Bengal by election as well it seems that the prime minister of India Narendra Modi and his shadow, the BJP’s national chief are slowly but gradually losing their political influence and sheen though its still hard to say whether Congress will make up the losses of the previous national election in 2019.

When Narendra Modi won the national election in 2014 and assumed the top slot as the prime minister of the country the BJP won 77 and Gujarat 26 parliamentary seats sending the message across that its invincible. Since then its graph of victory ascended at it captured about 19 states of the country on its own leaving the Congress party in acute dilemma.

Narendra Modi wave thronged all the states of the country and despite all odds it finally also won Gujarat after constant victories for the last 22 years though securing only 99 seats due to the bulldozing campaign of Nehru Gandhi scion Rahul Gandhi thus killing the anti incumbency syndrome as well.

Even the ill effects of much hyped and negatively talked about demonetisation and GST could not stop the winning spree of BJP right from Assam to Uttar Pradesh to Uttarakhand to Gujarat, the states where it badly bull dozed traditional Congress and Samajwadi party by polarising the hindu vote bank on a wide scale and also on development plank under Narendra Modi charisma.

But it seems that after the heavy loss in Gujarat and badly losing two parliamentary and one assembly constituecies in Rajasthan including not able to make much mark in West Bengal it looks as if Modi charisma and his shadow Amit Shah’s organisational capabilities are under direct challenge.

If we go by the these results of Rajasthan its absolutely clear that all the states ruled by the BJP are likely to face the anti incumbency risk and Rajsthan’s bye election results are the unambiguous indications where saffron polarisation in the name of Pehlu Khan’s diabolical murder in the name of cow vigilantism and Karni Sena’s nuisance too could not achieve the fruitful results, rather boomeranged politically.

People of the country seem to have been bored and rather became concious of the so called saffronisation in the name of Ram Temple or alleged lynching of the minorities and even few journalists like Gauri Lankesh in the name of beef eating, cow vigilantism or against progressive anti majority fundamentalist writing.

People of the country now want results on the ground and even after the lapse of 4 years have not been able to acknowledge any credible or fruitful result in terms of employment generation, inflation coming down, improvement in health avenues, job security, benefit in housing and so on and so forth.

Rhetorics seem to have gained the upper hand and crony capitalism has gained priority with a common man including farmers and the working class gaining nothing except suffering from incessant losses and committing suicides.

About 12000 farmers have committed suicides during the last 4 years with no relief in the farm sector except false rhetorics of doubling the income of farmers till 2022 strongly oposed by the former PM and economist of international repute Dr. Manmohan Singh.

The recent budget that gives 25% rebate in tax for the businessmen with the turnover of 250 crores has not given any rebate in the personal income tax exemption limit and there seems to be no guarantee of the single job. The NDA partners like Shiv Sena, Chandra Babu Naidu and Navin Patnaik of Biju Janata Dal including Nitish Kumar are now trying to say good bye to the alliance say the sources due to the non cooperative attitde of Amit Shah and the poor and unfavourable budget.

The middle and lower middle class is the worst suffering lot as on day, as it has not achieved anything credible and fruitful during the last 4 years of the Modi government rule.

Skyrocketting prices of essential commodities, lack of employment in private sector, likely abolition of five lakh government jobs and tremendous increase in the gap between the haves and have nots with poor becoming poorer and rich, richer.

The wealth of 73% of the country men has been captured by one percent of the affluents and the Ambanies and Adanies are the actual benefactors at the cost of the country say the news analysts.

Though 2019 is coming nearer but the Modi government banking on Ram Temple issue and Hindu polarisation factor will have to walk on thorns not roses as things are not exactly the way they were in 2013-14. People want credible results on ground not rhetorics.

But apart from all this I would in all earnestness not hesitate to appreciate and laud the new Health insurance policy of the prime minister to the tune of Rs five lakhs annually for the treatment of the poor and lower middle class people from critical illnesses in hi profile private hospitals of the country paying reasonable annual premium. What do you say friends?


I was just going through the highly thought provoking detailed article of Sanjay Bhartiya in facebook and was greatly impressed and influenced by his writing on the lifestyle and the simplistic way of living of the chief minister of Tripura Manik Sarkar and his wife who just retired as secretary of the social welfare board. Manik Sarkar who is the chief minister of Tripura since 1998 draws a meagre salary of merely Rs 9200 every month which is deposited in the CPM party fund and the party allocates him Rs. 500 for the entire month.

He washes his own clothes and so his former Secretary wife. Manik Sarkar has now crossed 65 and after tremendous reluctance as the age does not permit him to wash his own clothes his wife has bought a washing machine out of her own pension. The total expenses of the chief ministers house that includes washing of clothes to curtains etc are borne by his wife from her pension. Manik Rao and his wife travel by rickshaw and lead the life of a commoner with the bank balance of just 10 to 15 thousand Rupees at the most.

The total assest declared by this left CM of Tripura since 1998 is merely 2.5 lakh that includes a dilapidated tin shed accomodation of his late mother. Both the husband and wife have no house, no personal or government vehicle, no air conditioner, no cooler and nothing luxurious which may give an impression of a comfort living. While the chief minister is engaged for most of the hours with piles of files on his table, his wife works and stays with Asha workers for the upliftment of the poor and the economically deprived women and children.

Just imagine on the one hand you have chief ministers like Manik Sarkar believing and practising the notion of KHALI HAATH AAYE THE, KHAALI HAATH JAYENGE and working tirelessly for the overall welfare, well being and development of a backward state like Tripura and its inhabitants including tribals for the last 19 years winning every election with majority hands down and gaining peoples’ faith and confidence incessantly, on the other hand you have politicians and Yogis amassing myriad wealth and properties worth thousand and thousand of crores wearing saffron robes and appearing on television channels given hollow sermons to countrymen.

Just imagine on the one hand you have a CM with just 10 thousand Rupees as bank balance despite at the helm of the state for the last 20 years while on the other hand you have politicians and Yogi’s in saffron robes minting the assest worth more than a lakh crore in just 4 years of a little time. What a tragedy of an open democracy?
Manik Rao’s example is indeed the rarest of the rare one not only in India but globally as well.


The prime minister of India Narendra Modi has termed the union budget of 2017-18 as people friendly, farmer friendly, business and investment friendly, youth friendly and poor friendly and has emphasised that the Health assurance policy AYUSH would directly benefit about fifty crore people of the country from the middle class to those living at the lowest ebb of the society.

Hailing this newly introduced health assurance scheme of his government and terming it as first initiative in the whole world benefitting 500 million people, prime minister Modi said that any person suffering from illness particularly the critical illness would be able to receive free treatment/ surgery etc worth five lakh rupees free of cost, every year.

He further said that under the Ujjwala scheme lakhs of poor and economically deprived people, particularly those living under poverty line would get free gas connections and lakhs of houses in the rural areas would be provided free electricity. He said the government would not charge a single paisa tax in Rs one lakh treatment amount of a patient and also on the premium of Rs fifty thousand.

The new Shramik” labourer would get the EPF contribution to the tune of 12% from the government’s side. About 24 new medical colleges cum hospitals would be constructed in various parts of the country to provide free treatment to the poor. However, no mention has been made on employment front and non relief to the salaried government and private sector employees on annual tax exemption. The government will provide 8% annual interest on the deposit of Rs 15 lakhs.

The former finance minister of India P Chidamram however termed the budget at mere JUMLA and said that peoples’ expectations have been fully belied on all counts especially on job generation front, health sector, slashing of funds on majority of important schemes for the welfare of the poor, tax front and farm sector.
About 700 districts of the country are being fully developed with infrastructural development and road connectivity as per the provisions made in the budget added the prime minister.



The former Uttarakhand chief minister Harish Rawat having lost from both the legislative assembly seats of the state during the previous election and leading to the shameful defeat of the division ridden Congress party in Uttarakhand is a disturbed politician these days.

The reason being he is being pre strategically isolated and sidelined by his own party president of the state namely Pritam Singh, the former cabinet minister in all the state Congress governments including in Rawat’s cabinet. One time a close confidante of Harish Rawat, like the former state Congress chief Kishore Upadhyay, who too is extremely anti Rawat, though leading an inactive political life these days, Pritam Singh is the son of late Gulab Singh Rawat a towering leader of the backwards and Rajputs in Jaunsaar Bhabher area and minister in the Uttar Pradesh government representing Uttarakhand. Pritam Singh is a five time MLA from Chhakrauta, Garhwal, Uttarakhand and is quite eloquent, youthful and carries a good image amongst his electorates and the organisation.

After the horrible defeat of the Congress Party in Uttarakhand the former CM Harish Rawat, a septuagenerian, who instead of leading a comfortable retired life has preferred to be more mobile and active politically by attending each and every socio political programme, function and event in UK, Delhi and even Mumbai and is easily available to accept the invitations. He perhaps intends to be the next time MP or is again eyeing on the chief ministership of Uttarakhand thinking that since the Himalayan state has always gone for change after every five year, in 2022 the party is again poised for a re come back. However, the new emerging youthful leadership like Pritam Singh, the present Congress state chief now see himself as the new force and the CM in the waiting after four years.

Hence, he want to keep his bete noire Harish Rawat away from the Uttarakhand politics, by all means. Sources reveal that the former CM Harish Rawat is never informed or invited in any party programme in any part of Uttarakhand. The group of Rawat has been completely sidelined and majority of them have either joined the Pritam Singh camp or joined BJP. The situation has gone awry to such an extent for Harish Rawat that he is now compelled to express his annoyance, reservation and complaint in social networking sites like facebook and Twitter, not even worried that such posts will invite the attention of media about the increasing inner party dissensions in Uttarakhand Congress involving the former CM and the current party president thus making mockery of the party in print and electronic press.

Actually, the crux of the matter is that the Uttarakhand Pradesh Congress Committee has recently organised a successful motor cycle rally against the increasing price rise and poverty in the state capital Dehradun and Harish Rawat was not invited, not even informed. The rally was a grand success and acknowledged tremendous success. In the past programmes too Harish Rawat wasn’t invited. He is therefore badly furious but has no option but to air his grievances through the social networking sites like FB and twitter. Just have a look at the FB post of Rawat. Harish Rawat has, while congratulated the rally with a heavy heart but has expressed his annoyance, in the form of a complaint that had he been informed by the state president Pritam Singh, he would have loved to participate in the motor cycle rally, but he wasn’t.

He further writes that it would be in the fitness of things if he is informed and invited about the future programmes of Congress party in Uttarakhand as we the Congressmen should be united in order to confront the future challenges. But political analysts say that when Harish Rawat was the chief minister he too sidelined and cut to size all his political detractors and those who were capable, intelligent and asset for the party. After all it was during his tenure only that heavy weight leaders like Satpal Maharaj, former CM Vijay Bahuguna, former State Congress Chief Yashpal Arya and several MLAs were compelled to leave Congress and join BJP who are now enjoying the fruits of power and are ministers in the state BJP government.


A cross section of the people of the country and Uttarakhand in particular are badly annoyed and disenchanted over the arbitrary registration of murder charges against the major and another trooper of 10 Garhwal Rifles over the firing on the stone pelter crowd in self defence in Shopia, Kashmir by the Mehbooba Mufti led government of Jammu and Kashmir in a first ever attempt by any state police in the history of Indian Army who are tirelessly safe guarding our sensitive borders round the clock and countering the Pak sponsered terrorists hell bent upon vitiating the peaceful atmosphere of the border state and killing our Armymen, the local police and the innocents incessantly.

It’s a well known fact that several hundreds of our army Jawans, para military personels and innocent Kashmiris have fallen to the bullets of these Pak sponsored terrorists during the last several years while bravely and courageously fighting these anti national elements hell bent upon vitiating the traquil and peaceful communal fabric of J&K and the country. However, our valiant Armymen have killed hundreds of these terrorists in Kashmir and destroyed over 150 terror launch pads functioning in Pakistan in its most succesful terror strike.

These Pak sponsored terrorists have been instigating the stone pelters and local youths to act against India and the Army in the name of Jihad through Hawala financial networks and suppying them arms and ammunitions. The Army, Garhwal Rifles and other commands have been relentlessly fighting these terrorists, stone pelters and fidayeens to protect the local Kashmiris in an attempt to rid this strife torn state of these anti national elements.

While in the line of duty the Major and Jawans of 10 Garhwal Rifles were petrolling the strife torn Shophia area in Kashmir valley and were surrounded by a heavy mob of stone pelters and one of the stones’ hit the trooper, causing grievous injury. Seeing the situation going out of control and having been surrounded by the heavy crowd of stone pelters the Garhwal Rifle troopers were compelled to fire in air and self defence purely unintentionally leading to two casualties.

Sources say that had the jawans not fired in self defence their life would have been in total danger having been surrounded very closely by the stone pelting crowd. The Army spokesman said that it was purely the reflex action in self defence with no deliberate intention to harm anybody. But the Mufti Mohammed government and its police arbitrarily registered cases under murderous sections against two personels of 10 Garhwal Rifles, a first ever cowardice attempt against Armymen in India’s history. Though everyone has the sympathy for those killed in this action of self defence but the right thinking people of the country and those who know, how our patrotic Armymen by risking their lives every second in strife torn J&K and the tense borders are 24×7 gaurding our nation and safeguarding countrymen, are badly annoyed, disenchanted and furious over the arbitrary and politically motivated action of the PDP – BJP government led by Mehbooba Mufti.

The Bhartiya Janata Party has also expressed its serious concern and reservation on this issue and is trying to revoke the decision. There is overall resentment and annoyance all over the country and in Uttarakhand over this most uncalled for act against the Armymen of 10 Garhwal Rifles who are protecting our borders and fighting dreaded terrorists day and night risking their lives for our nation’s safety, security and unity.

The Indian Army is standing solidly with the Garhwal Rifles in this hour of crisis and has taken a stand that the firing was entirely in self defence and the situation warranted so. It may be recalled that the Indian Army stood solidly behind Major Lithul Gogoi also last year who tied one of the local Kashmiri youth, stone pelter over his Jeep’s bonnet and petrolled the area which was full of stone pelters. There was tremendous hue and cry all over India, particularly in Kashmir but the Army patted the Major and felicitated him with honours. The case of 10 Garhwal Rifles is now under the charge of the Deputy collector and its being said that an indepth impartial enquiry would be conducted in the matter expeditiously and all the cocerned parties would be heard before arriving at the final verdict.
According to eminent literateur, poet and linguist of Uttarakhand Dr. Satish Kaleshwari: It is shameful act. The Garhwal Rifles is the glory and honour of Indian Army. Discouraging Major Aditya with his ten brave soldiers is insult of the Indian Army. Jai Badri Vishal.