I wish I could wake one day to find all corruption gone in my state of West Bengal and everyone starting anew!
Having followed news headlines on Kolkata /West Bengal for more than one decade it is evident that it is only hope that it survives on. There seems no signs of a face-lift neither a silent revolution. For every news headline announcing the completion of something there are ten headlines announcing that something is being promised as being done and another five headlines announcing the cessation of good things. The only silent movement has been the migration of talent and labour to other states and parts of the world.
With regards to this article I read I am more concerned about the mighty Sunderban Mangroves and its sheer mystic beauty than usual news on terrorism.
I am concerned that this quaint place on this earth, with its people and environment so removed from what happens elsewhere can become another battleground for law enforcers and criminals. The dead silence and the deep and pitch black darkness of its nights, the groan of the Bengal Tigers and the chirping of insects deserves protection in this world where places of interests like the Middle East with all its rich history or the jungles of Jharkhand which could have been excellent camping and hiking destination a few hours drive from Kolkata are for most parts inaccessible to many enthusiasts.
The good news is that the bad guy has been caught. More need to be done to patrol and police this area to stop it being turned into a den for criminals.
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