- Oct 6, 2020
This sense of cowardice must stop did the gujrat muslims ran away after 2002 then why are Hindus and indians are suggesting every one in difficult areas to leave their homes and land and move to safer pastures.I too come from the most affected naxal areas where there was salwa judum and anticombing operation going on naxal used to kill government officers and their family members we decided to stay for our land and read holy Vedas during difficult time to as Sanatan Dharma is the weapon against uncertainty and gives us hope during despair at last we won the war along with security services and their family members.This cowardice among Hindus must stop by educating them with Holy Vedas which will make their fear of life and death go away ,these brave sons of the soil attain glory by sacrificing for Dharma and for our freedom which must inspire us to lay our lives for dharma and nation.All these 1400 folks who ran away from Kashmir due to fear of death are they so sure they won't die ever death is a part of life and to die for one's nation is equal to 100 reincarnations.If Muslims from Europe can come to Syria to fight for their mleccha adharma why can't we Hindus join our brother in Kashmir to defeat the mlecchas and fly the flag of Dharma on the nanga Parbat when the time demands.Number of encounters occurring at almost the same time & that too coinciding with release of photos/videos by CCP points to some joint message being sent to GOI. The poonch litter of piggies seem to be more coordinated.
Murder of Hindus & non Kashmiri's will create another influx outwards, almost 1400 Hindus have fled Kashmir.
I hope that this is not a distraction for something more spectacular.
One fears death because of ignorance but when the 'flame of knowledge' is enkindled in the mind then the 'fear of death' ceases to exist.—Atharva Veda
Death is not the merciless that he is made out to be he is the friend and companion, the teacher, the kindly kinsman, who takes you into his fold and clothes you with the halo of remembrance.—Atharva Veda