Sunday, August 2, 2015

TWO COPS PERFORM THEIR HEAVY-DUTIES WITH STICKS & KICKS ON POOR FARMER...

#BeedDistrict #IndianCops #Farmers #ViralVideos #AnilParaskar #SuprintendentOfPolice

THE GAME OF SUSPENSION & REINSTATEMENT ON ERRING COPS IS COMMON IN INDIA...

An Alert Indian shot this evidential video clip of two cops thrashing a poor farmer in broad day light in Beed District that went viral a day before on social media. When media reported this brutal atrocity on their news channels the Superintendent of Police, Anil Paraskar, swung into action with immediate suspension of the erring cops in question with an enquiry being ordered into it. The act of cops suspension is usually meant to extenuate the burning issue that often leads to embarrassment so that it ends right there and then but do the cops ever be penalized in Spartan manner for their uncalled for actions in India. That looks quite doubtful to me. 


SERVING PEOPLE WITH STICKS & BOOTS



The poor farmer, Manohar Ashruba Gandhle, owner of five acre farm land, was standing in the queue to pay his crop insurance premium at some rural bank at Talwada in Gevrai tehsil and unfortunately got into verbal argument with another person in the queue. Does it make him a criminal? Do the cops have a right to exercise their power on common people in this ruthless manner? Should the poor farmer be beaten mercilessly like this the way it is shown in the clip. They have no right to beat even a criminal let alone an innocent farmer. Probably, this is why the word, #thulla, was coined by public in disgust for such irresponsible cops who carry devil-may-care attitude.

Thulla, a disrespectful word (slang) used by public generally for cops was in news for a few days recently when it was uttered by Arvind Kejriwal in one of his interviews. I am sure he did not use it to disregard the entire fraternity but it looked like, the word came out of his mouth on its own as spoken generally for corrupt cops who step out of their limits to torment poor people whom they are supposed to protect and serve.

The moment I saw this ugly news that shot up my anger, I had made up my mind to write a post on it. You may have watched this sickening video that shows the inefficacy of the training the Indian cops go through to serve the public. Are the police there to protect or persecute a common man? If you have not seen this news you may do so clicking on the link below.

AN ALERT INDIAN CATCHES COPS BEATING A FARMER ON CAMERA
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