Terrorism: The Virus

The terrorist attack on the Sri Lankan Cricket team in Lahore, Pakistan on 3rd March 2009 is a BLACK-DAY in the history of sports. Sports, especially Cricket, have always been bridging the gaps between the countries and developing harmony and affection. The IPL in India is a splendid example of love and affection between people of different countries because the players of different countries play in the same team and get a chance of reducing differences by sharing ideas and exchanging views.

Terrorists are the people who neither live nor let other people live. They are among those individuals who are apart from the main stream society and do not abide by social and moral norms. They are neither concerned about the religious guidelines which serve as a constitution for the people, according to which they are expected to live in communal harmony nor are they concern for the welfare of the society. On the one hand, if seen through the point of view of the persons holding GUNS at the front it can be understood that such people may do so out of the feeling of extremism or the greed for money. On the other hand, it is difficult to read the minds of those high profile people above them who govern complete operations and spend a huge amount of money for the same. Their intentions are a question in many minds; whether political, religious or maniacal, we are yet to discern what their psyche demands.

The people of India are facing a big and incomprehensible problem of terrorism from the trans-border areas of Pakistan from the past many years. It can be concluded that either the Pak government has no control over these antisocial elements or that may be those officials who are in charge are themselves involved in such happenings.

The attack on the Indian Parliament and the attack in Mumbai in Nov. ’08 inevitably prove that Pak is not bothered about the terrorism arising from its country and showing its results in India. But it is high time now that the Pak government should wake up and face the present scenario. The high profiles Pakis breeding these terrorists have started making a hole in their own platter. The assassination of Mrs. Benazir Bhutto and the recent attack on the Sri Lankan Cricket team are disastrous examples of this that have caused a great deal of embarrassment to Pakistan.
If the people of Pakistan have not yet awoken from their deep sleep, it is time now for them to open their eyes and ears and realize that the nation of Pakistan has lost its reputation due to its careless attitude towards the world, society and sports. It’s careless attitude being depicted through its lousy security and irresponsible behaviour.

Although there is no crying over spilt milk but as is also said “Better late than never”, there is still a scope for Pakistan to rectify this problem. Now Pak government must identify the places where these terrorists are hiding and getting trained in Pakistan. The need of the hour is to destroy these places and people to redeem peace in its country and the neighbouring countries.



Written by


Mohammad Fariq



Writer Note- I am a resident of Thana Bhawan, a town in the district of Muzaffar Nagar, U.P. I am a post graduate degree holder in Zoology. I am an employee of Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd. Through my articles I hope to induce communal harmony and peace. I wish to make the people aware of certain ideas that are circulating in the society. However, my intensions are not to cause harm to member of any community. It is my sincere wish that readers benefit from my articles. MOHAMMAD FARIQ

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