Mohammad Akmal Nazir

Rookie - 13 Points (Bahraich, U.P. India)

Our Indian Police - Poem by Mohammad Akmal Nazir

She is brave,
She is strong,
She is dutiful,
She is friendly,
But she has mortgaged all these qualities
To criminals and
tyrants for
money,
She is worse than prostitute,
Anybody can get her favour
By dint of money,
She traps the innocent and releases
The criminals for money,
She extorts money from people,
She can take even life for money,
Hundreds of fake encounters are
In her account,
She is a blot on law and order,
Sometimes she behaves like a broker,
Sometimes like a robber,
She is the mistress of politicians
And criminals,
She is the shield of thieves, smugglers,
And murderers,
She creates panic in the society
By means of her uniform and stick,
People have lost faith in her,
She has a few honest and dutiful officers,
But it doesn't make any difference,
For they are harrassed and
suppressed,
If she is not reformed soon,
A condition of anarchy may erupt here.


Comments about Our Indian Police by Mohammad Akmal Nazir

  • (7/13/2011 4:49:00 AM)

    Yes the police has become the case of the saviour turned to hunter, we really have no law and order and corrupt officials dancing to the tunes of equally corrupt politicians..again 10 for a great write up (Report)Reply

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  • Mohammad Muzzammil (4/15/2011 8:20:00 PM)

    Our Indian police has been a symbol of corruption and crime. Because all the anti-social acts are done in their eyes and favour. They abuse so badly that a pious man would like to die rather getting right by them. Everything can be done by dint of money by our police, that is the matter of shame. (Report)Reply

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  • Malaya Roses (4/7/2011 8:31:00 PM)

    Sharp! ! ! Bold critique and I believe the poet was written the truth about the issue. Bravery is needed to write this poem.

    Well done and thanks for sharing with us.
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Poem Edited: Thursday, July 14, 2011


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