CRamS wrote:Rubbish because this is premised on the assumption that those casting doubts are merely seeking answers. What we are witnessing is not a "vibrant democracy", but a bunch of shameless eunuchs hell bent on scoring political points by colluding with the enemy. I can understand the "we also did it" by Congoons, even though many army officials said the scale and depth and political cover for this is unprecedented. But nevertheless, I will let Congoons make some noise on this count because their taunts against ModiJi's 56" chest was busted and they had to say something. But questioning the veracity of the strikes while hiding behind democracy and "expose TSP perfidy" garbage? G'mme a break. And except for that low life traitor Ajay Shukla puke, no other army expert is even hinting at foul play. And note this low life's zeal in trying to prove the falsity of the surgical strike claim. He is definitely compromised. He is not on a democratic mission.
Calm down Questions, discussions and doubts are sign of mature politics, people's freedom and self-confidence among both the rulers and the ruled.
Over the course of the time, these doubts are clarified, the questions are answered, and from discussions we get better ideas. If questions, doubts and discussions are invalid then they will not stand the test of time / people. Citizens will see through gimmicks and stupidity.
Modi and Doval, are letting the stupidity become visible; and the stupid people are exposing themselves more and more. And people are finding out the true mettle of the celebrities and rejecting them. The country is getting healthy. Give the stupid a chance to open their mouth and prove what they are. People need it, as GD Bakshi says it is a catharsis India needs. If the question, doubt or discussion is genuine and good, then the nation learns and moves on.