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11th April 2003
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Openletter to Chiranjeevi

This letter is in response to your letter posted on titled "Chiranjeevi's open letter to the President of America."

Dear Mr.Chiranjeevi:

I am a physician of Indian origin, settled down in USA after working for 10 years in rural Africa. Your letter to Times of India caused dismay and disappointment. While you are free to express your ideas as a free citizen, as a celebrity you should have done more research, gathered more information about the dictators, freedom, America and exerted more social responsibility by thinking twice before writing such a letter.

Firstly, your contention that it is a "drama called war " is wrong. It is an honest attempt by the world's strongest democracy and its determined leader to bring freedom and democracy in the Middle East so that mankind can have sustained peace in the future (Sarvejana Sukhinobhavanthu as you were saying). In any war, there will be a few unfortunate casualties that are unavoidable in spite of utmost precautionary measures. Can you mention one country that is liberated without loss of innocent lives - be it Japan, Europe, India, Bangladesh or South Africa? I guess if you were around, you would have also opposed the second world war which protected Europe, and India's independence struggle merely because a few innocents would die. Civilian casualties are always there and unavoidable. While the death of that young girl is sad, in the larger picture several million such young girls and boys and their parents are liberated to freedom from a brutal dictator who tortured, mutilated and burned several of his own people including children in addition to killing thousands of Iraqis with poisonous gases. While you pay no attention whatsoever to the brutal and horrific treatment of children by Saddam and his people, you point out an isolated incident (which in fact is a casualty of war), in this war meant to free the Iraqis and millions of the same children whom you so deeply care about.

You were right when you said USA is the superpower and in fact, it is the only superpower. George W. Bush not only represents the might but also the spirit of USA - that all men are created equal and USA will always rise to the occasion whenever freedom is threatened. Is that not what you do in your movies? You beat up and kill not only the bad guy at the end but also the poor employees of the villain. Why do you preach one in your real life and do the opposite in your movies? Do you mean to say it is just business?

It has become a fashion among the Indian elite to criticize America while at the same time, they develop properties in America and send their sons and daughters to get educated in America and furthermore find jobs.

Where did you get the information that 70% of Americans are against the war? Can you reveal the source? It is untrue and converse to the truth. All unbiased opinion polls show that in fact 75% supported the war.

Even the sophisticated technology of USA could not locate Saddam; one day before the war, there was a surgical strike on a building where Saddam was intended to be present but he escaped. All of us wish we had gotten him them.

Your letters will have profound influence on thousands of your diehard fans who must be thinking that Saddam is a victim and George Bush is a war monger. Now that "Saddam fell," happiness and smiles came back to the Iraqi people who are free to celebrate and in fact thanking American and kissing Bush's pictures, what do you think now?

Dealing with foreign policy is not easy. One needs knowledge, experience, mental clarity and honesty to one self. If you wanted to mimic Hollywood, you succeeded as Hollywood is full of hypocrisy and hatred to America and Mr. Bush.

God bless America. God bless India. God bless Iraq and the rest of Middle East.

Yours truly,
Durga Prasad Sunkara, M.D
Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine

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