A Kashmiri civilian, a reporter and a tough old soldier were captured by terrorists in Kashmir .
The leader of the terrorists told them he had grant each of them one last request before they were beheaded and dragged naked through the streets.
The Kashmiri said: ‘Well, I am a foodie, so I had like one last plate of tandoori chicken.’
The leader nodded to an underling who left and returned with the Chicken.
The tourist ate it all and said, ‘Now I can die content.’

The reporter said, ‘I’m a reporter to the end. I want to take out my tape recorder and describe the scene here and what is about to happen.
Maybe, someday, someone will hear it and know that I was on the job till the end.’
The leader directed an aide to hand over the tape recorder and the reporter dictated his comments.
He then said, ‘Now I can die happy.’


The leader turned to the soldier and asked, ‘And now, Havaldarji, what is your final wish?

‘Kick me in the ass,’  said the soldier. ‘What?’ asked the leader, ‘Will you mock us in your last hour?’

‘No, I’m NOT kidding. I want you to kick me in the ass,’ insisted the soldier.

So the leader shoved him into the yard and kicked him in the ass.

The soldier went sprawling, but rolled to his knees, pulled a 9 mm pistol from inside his cammies and shot the leader dead. In the resulting confusion,he emptied his side arm on six terrorists, then with his knife he slashed the throat of one, and with an AK-47, which he took from one of the already dead terrorists,sprayed the rest of the terrorists killing another 11.
In a flash, all of them were either dead or fleeing for their lives.
As the soldier was untying the Kashmiri and the reporter, they asked him,

‘Why didn’t you just shoot them all in the first place? Why did you ask him to kick you in the ass?’
‘Because’ replied the soldier, ‘if I had shot first, you two ass holes would have reported that I was the aggressor and the root cause of all the blood shedding in Kashmir ?’ 

… Such is the irony of Indian Democracy !!!!!!!

(contributed by : A Mohan Rao on 07.04.2011)

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