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Methods for Punishing enemies

Methods for Punishing enemies

Understanding Foreign and Defence Policies through Shukraniti by the CEOS

Dealing Strategies with the Friend and Enemy to be known by the CEO -20

(CEO-Logy, the science of CEO’s working based on Shukra Niti)

(Examples from Shukra Niti helpful for Chief executive Officer)

Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 228

Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 228

By: Bhishma Kukreti (Management Acharya)

s = आधी अ

रिपो: प्रजानां संभेद: पीडनं स्वजयाय वै I I 38

रिपु प्रपीडितानां च साम्ना दानेन संग्रह I

By accord with the anti-Enemy subject of Enemy King is commenced for the win. While, supporting the people oppressed by the enemy should be  made friends by gifting and equal treatments.

(Shukra Niti Fifth Chapter Mitra -Amitra Lakshan 38, first shloka 39)

India helped Mukti Vahni of East Bengal (Then East Pakistan) the anti-Pakistan organization was an example of punishing enemy by encouraging or helping anti- enemy sentiments. Now, Pakistan is also encouraging anti-Indian Sentiments in Kashmir. This is called an enemy of enemy is friend and enemy of the enemy should be made friend or should be helped. In past in Indian political scenario, Communist Parties and Congress Party were competitors. However, both became weak by Trinamool  Congress Party led by Mamta Banerjee. Now, recently, Communist and Congress became allies and fighting together with the Trinamool Congress. In past, China and America (both are competitors) did not have very cordial relationship with India. To down India both the countries had been helping Pakistan because Pakistan was enemy country of India (if not legally, but were having not good relation with each other).  China is still helping Pakistan for downing India. In past, Russia helped Cuba on the principle of Enemy’ Enemy is a friend.

References

1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page -178

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