Thursday, January 3, 2013

The editor of The Hindu does not know the meaning of tit-for-tat! Or is it convenient for him to feign ignorance?




The Chinese have depicted integral parts of India as part of China in their passports. According to The “Hindu”, “India has started stamping its map on visas issued in China in response to Chinese passports depicting Arunachal Pradesh and Aksai Chin as its territories”. Obviously, the editor of the Hindu does not know the meaning of tit-for-tat!  Or is it convenient for him to feign ignorance? If India is to respond in a tit-for-tat manner, then India should display  maps in the Indian passport which depict not just integral parts of India like inter alia  India's beloved Aksai Chin and the Assam Himalaya as part of India, but should also depict areas like Khotan situate to the north of the Hindutash and Sanju-la passes in north eastern Kashmir, and Nyenchen Thanglha or Tibet as part of India.  Only then will the response be a tit-for-tat one! 

     But with the present Government of India being perverted, subservient and having the propensity to undermine the dignity and honour of India, such a response can be expected only if there is revolution which brings a sea change  in the policies of the Government.

      Look how the perverse owners of The "Hindu” have   the propensity to protect and defend the Chinese and absolve or justify the hostile actions of the Chinese against India when they state, "Beijing began issuing new electronic passports and, as per the standard practice governing all maps printed in China in recent years, it included Aksai Chin, Arunachal Pradesh ... in the map outline on the pages"!