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Bombay (Mumbai) under the siege of terror…..whom to blame?

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It’s been almost 24 hours now that some of the most iconic places in Mumbai were struck by terrorist attacks. The Taj Mahal hotel and the Oberoi-Trident hotel, both are still under the control of the terrorists and repeatedly we are hearing explosions inside the buildings. More than 100 people have died and countless number of people have been injured. We still dont know the exact number but these numbers are not small.

These terrorists were surely not new to Mumbai. They knew the most important spots in mumbai very well and it clearly indicates that they have been in these locations many times before.


The biggest question now is:

Who are these Terrorists and why MUMBAI?

Terrorits, the unwanted species on earth and the species that doesn’t understand that by killing inocents, they are actually booking a place in HELL. The almighty GOD (or the ALLAH for them) will definately not forgive them for there acts and it appears that they dont’ have any religion. May be they do it for religious reasons, may be for money or may be for some other reason. They don’t deserve to live on this earth.

Mumbai: The place which contributes more than 40% of India’s tax revenues and the place where people come to fulfill there dreams. Indeed, Mumbai is the place where your dreams will come true. For the common man in India, Mumbai will fulfill your dream by giving you jobs.

And for the Terrorists, Mumbai will fufill there dreams by giving them easy targets. They get people who are not from there religion or country at easy to blow locations. They intend to kill people of other religions because there religion says that such people don’t deserve to live. You can kill them, you can rape them and you can make them slaves. All because they don’t follow the same religion that these terrorists follow.


Who is to blame?

Well, these so called Terrorists are not the only ones to be blamed for all this. The first bunch of cowards and heartless people who encourage such things are the Politicians.  Why? Here is the answer. The security establishments of India are headed by these illiterate Politicians who, even though hold numerous degrees, don’t understand how to work. The only knowledge they have is the knowledge of VOTE BANKING.

They understand how many people will vote for them if they remove the strict anti-terrorist rules. They understand how many illegal immigrants live in there assembly and they definately do not understand how of those illegal settlers are capable of turning terrorists.

They are opposed to most of the tools that the anti-terror agencies use for tackling terror. They are completely opposed to tough anti-terror laws and would not even harsh language against the jehadis.

Out home ministry will not wake up even after we had terrorists atacks in Delhi, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Surat, Guwahati and now Mumbai. A simple compilation of all the attacks since October 2005 will be enough to fill an entire page. So just forget about the total number of attacks in India.

November 26, 2008: Atleast 101 dead in attacks on more than 12 places in Mumbai. This includes numerous foreigners and police officers. More than 300 injured.

October 30, 2008: At least 40 killed in a string of bomb explosions in north-eastern state of Assam. More than 150 others were injured, mostly in the main city of Guwahati.

October 21, 2008: 17 killed in a powerful blast near Manipur Police Commando complex.

October 14, 2008: Eight people injured after bomb planted on a rented bicycle went off Colonelganj market in Kanpur.

September 29 2008: One killed and several injured after a low-intensity bomb kept on a motorcycle went off near a mosque in Modasa, Gujrat.

September 29, 2008: Five people died after a bomb kept in a motorbike went off in a crowded market in Malegaon, Maharashtra.

September 27, 2008: Three people killed after a crude bomb was thrown in a busy market in Mehrauli, New Delhi.

September 13, 2008: At least five explosions in crowded shopping areas kill at least 21 people and wound at least 100 in New Delhi.

July 26, 2008: At least 45 people killed in a string of bomb attacks in Ahmedabad. Within an 17 bombs exploded in residential areas, market places, hospitals and on public transport. 

July 25, 2008: Seven small bombs hit Bangalore, a southern city that is the hub of India’s technology industry, killing at least two people.

May 13, 2008:  Seven bombs tear through crowded markets and rip apart streets outside Hindu temples in the western city of Jaipur, killing at least 80 people.

November 24, 2007: A series of near-simultaneous explosions rip through courthouse complexes in the north Indian cities of Lucknow, Varanasi and Faizabad, killing at least 16 people.

August 25, 2007: At least 43 people are killed by three explosions at a park and a street-side food stall in Hyderabad.

May 18, 2007: A bomb goes off during Friday prayers at a historic mosque in the southern city of Hyderabad, killing 11 worshippers. Police later shoot and kill five people in clashes with hundreds of enraged Muslims protesting the attack.

February 19, 2007: A train heading from India to Pakistan is torn apart by two bombs, sparking a fire that kills at least 68 people.

July 11, 2006: Seven blasts rip through railway stations and commuter trains in Mumbai, India’s commercial capital, killing at least 187.

March 7, 2006: Three explosions rock a Hindu temple and a train station in the Hindu holy city of Varanasi, killing 20 people.

October 29, 2005: Sixty-two people are killed when three blasts rip through markets in New Delhi ahead of Diwali, a Hindu holiday.


After every attack, the Home Minister will come out and say that they had informed the corresponding state department of such a possibility but they didn’t do any thing. They will compensate the kins of those who have died and the situation is under control.

If somebody from Mars would look at this and listen to what our government has to say then i am sure that he will scratch his head for the next one hour. The government is uncapable of tackling with terror, they don’t want to stop it by tougher anti-terror laws as this will deprive them of there votes and we, the highly-skilled educated global Indians, will not bother about this. We will report to work the next day as if nothing happened.

  • May be its because we are tired of these same things happening again and again and we don’t realize that such things are only going to make our life more mierable.
  • May be we will only play the blame game with our neighbours but never do something about them.
  • May be we will only blame the politicians for the huge influx of the illegal immigrants in India, but when somebody does something about them we will stop him on the grounds of human rights.
  • May be we will only contribute a few hundred rupees to the relief funds for the welfare of those who have now died or are now injured.
  • And after all this we will again go back to home and watch Cricket…..


And the most important thing now is that we will never notice that these terrorists in Mumbai were definately not here for the first time. We will never notice this and our new channels will only talk about how many foreigners were killed and what our home minister or the prime minister said. They will never help the security forces fighting the terrorists rightnow but will only take interviews of the survivors with smilling faces.

Long live our India….Short live our Politicians….


Written by abeautifulmind1

November 27, 2008 at 1:42 pm

Posted in India, Politics, terror

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