Name of the topic
Terrorism at Your Doorstep_ EveryCitizen is a Cop without a Uniform.
L1: We are here to talk about the topic, Terrorism at Your Doorstep_ Every Citizen is a Cop without a Uniform. Here the emphasiswould be more on the citizen’s duties and responsibilities as afighter against terrorism and less on the topic of terrorism since it’s been known to all of us well and has been amply discussed cuttingacross all sorts of boundaries. Ready?S1: Sir, fighting against terrorism requires unity. We need to cometogether and speak against the destructive forces irrespective of religion, class, caste, gender, political affiliations and differentideologies and viewpoints. United we stand, divided we fall. Againstterrorism, the world should unitedly stand up and speak loudly withone voice that there would be zero tolerance for terrorism in acivilized society and no place for violence.S2: That’s right S1, but your viewpoint appears quite Utopian. In reality,this can hardly happen as people are more concerned about their day-to-day affairs that they hardly find any time for that. No doubt,terrorism is a serious problem but it needs to dealt with in a differentmanner. The inclusion of this problem in sociology textbooks aswell as forums, seminars and conferences, group discussions, as wedo here, now etc. done on a wide scale can instill amongst the youngstudents the gravity of the situation. Also, compulsory militaryeducation to every able bodied youngster above the age of 18 for atleast a year during which time he would be taught certain fightingstrategies and given disaster management training. Those whoqualify the training successfully can be given a licensed pistol to be