NMIMS Case Discussion Topic 3 – Rehan's decision : Turmoil in Anarsia

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     Abhirup Bhattacharya 
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    It is given that Rehan is a doctor by profession. He is now in a mental fix between Dharma and Karma. If he lets a bleeding man die, he will have the guilt of not making an effort to save the life of a human being, thus he is not doing his duty as a doctor. If he saves the General and gives him life then he will think that he has saved a man who may be (in indirect ways) held responsible for the death of his wife and 20000 more people.

    A very valid response indeed. +5 :good:

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    #2985
     Abhirup Bhattacharya 
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    They would treat the death of the General as a disaster and hence become more determined to fight. This will turn the whole concept of “war coming to end as a result of General’s death!” upside down. Hence in my opinion Rehan should not refrain from helping the General in the best way possible. He should not let personal grievances come in the middle of his duties as a doctor. Being so close to death himself, the General may realize that the war is of no good to anyone and the conditions may improve thereafter. The war may come to an end and negotiations be made in a parliamentary manner without any involvement of violence.

    Valid points and a solution proposed as well – negotiations… :good:   +5

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    #2986
     Abhirup Bhattacharya 
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    One point that everyone seems to miss is to draw a parallel with Sri lankan civil war with LTTE… This is one area that was missing ! :good:

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    #3154
     varun gaur 
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    i think rehan should definitely perform his duties as a doctor and should save the general keeping his personal vendetta asidehe should keep in ind the great saying”it is not important to kill the criminal,but yo kill the crime inside that criminal.”at the same time,he can use the time which would  be required for the general to recover constructively by telling him the dreadful experiences of the war faced by him and the people of tunga and tell him that though he might be fighting for the people of tunga but it is the people of tunga itself who have suffered the most due to this war.

    he can give examples of great leaders like mahatma gandhi and martin luther king who by using the weapons of non violence like non cooperation movement and civil disobedience movement have achieved victory for their cause and should try to show him the right path of achieving the cause through negotiations rather than war.

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