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AOA SENIORS,

I have opted PSP as my first preference but everyone around me has been demonizing it and saying FSP is the best and i had rather gone for it. What would you like to say in defence of PSP?

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i guess it all up to an individual.They way he sets standards of life and how he is brought up.IF u go through certain islamic scholars writings regarding whome shd seek wht knowlidge u will prabaly conclude ur descision.
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PSP needs no defence.Any body's dream.!!
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some people derive pleasure from getting and exercising enormous power.
this is the case with PSP.those who opt for it hv an urge to bring some revolutionary changes in the police department, which is the backbone of discipline in any society.
whereas the OTHERS who are not power hungry and do not derive pleasure from getting and exercising enormous powers, would like to speak much of opting for other groups than PSP.
in our society a good majority aspires to become PSP just because here the society is driven by some power centres and might is right principle finds a good space.
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I would appreciate views of those who are already in PSP and have experienced the limitations and drawbacks of this service instead of those who are just sitting in their fortified palaces and places.
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aoa,
remember ,a passion needs no justification...those who demonize u like other groups...do they have any justificatin in their favour?
so if psp is ur passion then i think u need no justification...simple
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