Friday, October 21, 2011

YPA toh kisai ka kupna

ssppnet yahoogroup ah discussion ka mail leh a hong suahkhiat loh pen uh ahi.

Re: [SSPPNet] YPA Min Thil Kihih Thursday, 20 October, 2011, 8:34 PM
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Ken chu hi bang a gum tak a gamtang te ka mohpaih. Leh heek geih leh Police case register a case a hinkhua ua khuk det uh hoih kasa.

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From: Khatchin Langel
Date: Thu, 20 Oct 2011 17:51:05 +0530 (IST)
Subject: Re: [SSPPNet] YPA Min Thil Kihih

A him2 in, mi kuahiam khat diklou pumlum hileh le YPA power/thuneihna zanga (siiktum/suangtum?) a khet ek-ek chih mawk theih ahi diam? Educated, Advocate khat hichibanga soisak ahih leh midangte'n bel ikam ua zipper thuahdet hoih ding hi, ithuak ut kei uleh....

So, the choice before us is 'Speak up and condemn crime' or 'Shut up and Obey'.

Khatchin Langel
New Delhi

1 comment:

Carey said...

Ei Lamka lamte'n khat veivei government kisam lo hi ve hang aw maw!

I khuasung, vengsung thu-le-la buaina tengteng eimah in buaipih sawm.

Tua ding in department tuamtuam government a om hia - police,fire department, etc.

We, as civil society, take too much into our own hands that the agency kept for such matters are not given adequate chance to demonstrate what they can do.

A diktakin society buaina, mimal buaina panpih utte leh a sai a siamte police department ah lut le uh deihsak hang!

It's good that we have a civil society which is ever vigilant but let the police also do their work unhindered and without interference.

Let's learn to delegate and learn to believe in the systems that are in place; by doing so we'll be giving them the chance to prove themselves and also giving less importance to parallel systems...