Friday, September 11, 2009

Wrath of The Lord?

This is what was reported on August 29, 2009:

"The TDP president alleged that after SEZs, lands and irrigation projects, the administration has now set its eyes on the temple properties and strongly denounced the Chief Minister''s indifference on the whole issue, saying the case of missing jewellery is only one part of the whole story. He said the chief minister would face the wrath of Lord Venkateswara for remaining indifferent towards Tirumala, the Lord''s abode. "Lord Venkateswara (Lord Balaji) is very powerful. This is a proven historical fact. Such people will pay a heavy price in the long run," Naidu said."

On the morning of 2nd September, 2009, just five days later, the CM of AP, who left on the state helicopter for an official trip, went missing within an hour. After the biggest and longest ever manhunt in the history of India, just the fuselage of the state's helicopter and the remains of five bodies were found on the Nallmalla forest hills.

The officials and experts subsequently re-constructed what would have happened after the CM forced the pilots to proceed with his planned trip inspite of warnings about bad weather along the route.

1. Due to bad weather, the helicopter must have encoutered high turbulence, severe lightning sotrms and heavy rains forcing the pilot to fly in space at low heights, which are well below safe levels.
2. Due to heavy winds, lightning & thunder storms, all electronic systems in the copter failed and the pilot was forced to rely on eye-sight alone.
3. Heavy rains obfuscates the pilots' vision forcing him to deviate from the flight path and towards east, where lies the hills of Eastern Ghats in the Nallamalla forest range.
4. Within minutes, the helicopter must have encountered a cliff, directly flew into it and got smashed into pieces. Immediately upon the impact, the helicopter must have exploded & caught fire. Whatever or whoever inside it must have got incinerated inside that fireball.
5. Whatever was left of the helicopter and the people inside it, like its fesuelage or some human body parts, must have fallen onto the earth & lying there unattended & uncared for under the beating rains & winds for 24 hours till the search & rescue teams sighted them.

The gory photographs of the wreckage shows how much shattering and battering the helicopter must have borne during its ill-fated flight. If one carefully observes the happenings, it seems as though ALL FIVE ELEMENTS OF THE NATURE have teamed up to wreck that flight. The only human trigger for the mishap came from the CM himself - his adamant stand of not wanting to postpone his official engagement that day in spite of the warning about bad weather for flying.

Is that what is called the Wrath of God?


RK said...


இதன் மூலம் அறிவது யாதெனில்

அரசன் அன்று கொள்வான் தைவம் நின்று கொள்ளும் என்ற வார்த்தை இப்பொது மாறிவிட்டது.

God doesn't have so much of memory capacity to store all bad things which are happening in கலியுகம் so they also wanted to act Then & There.


M Arunachalam said...

RK - Hmmm. May be you are right.

kppradeep said...

I disagree with you as God does not punish anybody and is waiting for us to come to him after overcoming the power of maya.
As regarding punishment it is only WE who punish ourselves by our actions. God has given us the freedom to choose either the right path or wrong path. We will have to pay for our actions. That is the law of karma.
Only two things can save us from our own bad karma.-First is meditation and thats why Rajini sir insists that all of us should meditate and second one we should be blessed and fortunate enough to come across saints and Yogi's who can transfer our bad karma unto themselves and help us reach God.
Otherwise there is no escape-benami account does not work here

Kalyan said...

I disagree with you and also agree to what pradeep said,

we should not make the tragic death as the wrath of god..

There are more GRUESOME people in this world than YSR(Personally i too dont like YSR) but god does not punish in such a big way ..They are scot free...

As a true believer in god, i always want to think postive about god and his/her actions ..

personally i think we should relate