Thursday, August 30, 2007

What a Shame!!! :(

In a tragic fallout of a political streetfight................., a Four-year-old boy died while being taken to a hospital after the ambulance carrying the sick child got stuck in traffic during clashes between Congress and BJP workers in Simla. The ambulance despite its blaring siren could not proceed as the road was blocked by the protesters. The police was busy dealing with the protesters.

Even the emotional appeals of the mother of the child to the police and party workers to let the ambulance pass as the boy needed urgent medical attention fell on deaf ears.In a desperate move, the child's mother got down from ambulance and carried him to another hospital nearby. However, the child died on the way.Had he made it to the hospital 15 minutes earlier, Docs might have saved him

As i was watching this heart piercing incident on News Channel, tears filled my eyes seeing the mother fighting for her child's life but was easily dragged apart by the fight struck ears.I started cursing the Administration once again.The police constables were just like those of "Pawns" in the game "Chess".Looked like they were there only out of there job and not "duty", moving there hands little bit and being so defensive. Had a Police been a little bit aggressive and done a gun shot in open air, the crowd would have easily shattered and the boy would have been saved. But no, unless they get orders how can they proceed for a thing like that, they can't think on there own. Phew!!

First the terrorists are killing innocent people by bomb blasts and such activities and than these in-house terrorists, the political parties workers are taking life like this.we don't understand where we are safe? and under which Government we are safe?

Remained totally confused between life and death, O Almighty, i am under your shelter. I pray u to save all of us OR this is your idea of "Kalyug". Even if it is, i request u to give Dog's death to all those sick minded killers who don't respect life, in turn don't respect you.


Sheetal said...

Its true.The political parties doesn't bother about these things.Its silly thing for them.

Jac said...

Thank you for the visit cindrella

The only solution will be, is to provide a column for the voter in the ballot paper along the list of the candidates, that allows him his choice for a Presedent's rule for a term of five years.

pradeepkumar said...

As I was reading this post .. I could imagine the situation (unfortunately I don't have a television). The anxious mother, suffering boy and the ambulance driver trying his best to pass through the crowd..phew!!

It is really painful to see a handful (or more than that .. depending on the political ... or muscular strength of the party) of people holding the city ransom.

What is the solution ? Honestly I don't think that it is possible to solve these problems unless there is a radical change in the mindset of people (even though this might sound cliche). A revolution against the existing politicians, political and bureaucratic system is the need of hour.

It is so heart wrenching to see a 4 year old baby dying due to antics of a mindless crowd. May the boy rest in peace. However, who is to console the heart of the mother who lost her child.

Nags said...

its sad yet true and the frustrating part is, our helplessness!

Thenraj said...

Very sad and this is what happening everywhere..

But who has to tie the bell in the cat's neck...

We are living in the wicked world..

Swati said...

oh God! this is so sad! these ppl hv no hearts!!

Pritika Gupta said...

my question is what tht media person was doing there.. catching the drama.. i hate media..

Cindrella said...

Tx to u all for stopping by at my blog and apologies for replying so late.

@ Sheetal:Hope they come out of there selfishness one day.

@ Jac: Well ur sugestion is good, but the question is whom to trust?

@ Pradeep: I agree, a revolution is the need of the hour, but who will start it. it needs joint efforts and in our country its so hard to organize and arrange even a small event where even u will face lot of oppose and protests.We lack unity and that's y such people wins.

Cindrella said...

@ nags: really ,our helplessness is disappointing.

@ thenraj: u r right, who will tie the bell? We need some real "hero" or some "angel" should i say coz he should have those non-human qualities and should be above all man-made harms.