Why India is such kind of soft state that it can not retaliate on the terrorists camping in the country and their bosses across the country. Terrorists have no human heart so why we people are always ready to show greater humanity to those terrorists.
44 people have been reportedly killed and more than 60 people have been injured in the two blasts occurred in the two crowded areas in Hyderabad.
The blast occurred on the same day, when the Congress President had said on an International platform in south Africa that terrorism is the worst form of conflict propelled in the name of religion and ethnicity and the civilized world could by no means lower its yardsticks in combating the menace.
This is difficult to invent some other upper yardstick to counter terror activities in the country. The Mecca Maszid blast had happened on may 19 and the investigating agencies have failed to identify and catch the real culprit behind the blast that had killed 40 people. With in the three-and-half months of that terror attack, two more blast occurred.
BJP leader Vijay Kumar Malhotra said:
We have been constantly warning the Centre that it should take adequate measures to strengthen internal security, but the Congress-led Government has never bothered to rein in terror.
These condemnable blasts appear yet another act of terror in the face of the UPA’s soft approach on terrorism.
Union Minister of State for Home Sriprakash Jaiswal said:
The blasts were the handiwork of a terrorist group. One terrorist group or the other, which is bent on destroying the unity of the country, is certainly involved in the blasts in Hyderabad.
The Union Home Ministry spokesperson said:
The Home ministry is in constant touch with the state government and providing all the needed help.
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S R Reddy said:
The blasts were, meticulously planned and coordinated and aimed at causing terror in public places and highly commercial areas. This was definitely an act of terror. But I request everyone to maintain calm.
MoS Home Sriprakash Jaiswal said:
I appeal to the people to stay calm. This is definitely a terror attack. We will try our best to get the perpetrators to justice. We will provide the state police will all the help they need.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, President Pratibha Patil and Vice President Hamid Ansari also condemned the Hyderabad blasts and expressed shock over the killing of innocent people.
The major question is that till when the innocent and common people would be able to find themselves calm and cool despite of the repeated failures of the intelligence agencies and state machinery in countering the terror activities and attacks across the country.