And now its Delhi…

Yesterday, I had gone to office and came back at around 6. After half an hour one of my friend called to ask “Where are you ? All fine ?” And then i came to know that there had been serial blasts in Delhi. I switched on the TV and there was blood all around at all the blast sites. People were rushing around and moreover it was getting darker so help, search and other things were becoming difficult. Well, an unfortunate day for Delhi.

So after all this, as always the debates start “we should curb terror” “should beef up the security” etc. Govt also has almost the same statements to give. We will find them, punish and all. One things is clear who suffers is the common man. Now people can’t sit in their houses all the time. Everybody has to go out and you never know when you are running with bad luck (that is what we can call it).

Now coming to what we can do to stop all this, everybody has different views to give. To be honest and fair, maintaining security at public places like CP, Gaffar market, M block market or any other area is really difficult if not impossible. Take this case only. Most of the bombs were planted in dustbins. There are so many in the city. Who can keep check on all the dustbins ? And its not only dustbin. It could be anything else like an abandoned cycle, scooter, some packet or anything. So how to stop that ?

What basically is required is making the country a better place to live by providing people with proper education, facilities and justice. People who are unemployed, not able to earn their livelihood or who have been denied justice are so easy to fall for all this ? As they are already saying that they are taking revenge of Gujarat riots. So why we let such things happen ? 1984 Sikh riots, Gujarat riots or anything similar are crying shame for the country.

One more thing i noticed that our media needs to act responsibly in such situations and otherwise also. Yesterday they spoke on Aaj Tak that a police has taken a child in custody who was having a bomb tied to his body. But after 5 minutes they said that NO, actually the child had seen the terrorists dropping something into the dustbin, so police wanted to get the information from him. What bullshit ? Take a minute and speak responsibly.

Peace ! God bless…

12 thoughts on “And now its Delhi…

  1. Just bunch of jokers! No one really cares about those who are dead or are on the verge of it.All are trying to bake their bread over the heat of an another “breaking news”.

  2. india is a very big country and the no of people in the intelligence is comparatively very small

    but I dont think they have the budget to increase those numbers

    something needs to be done, because its innocent people who die

  3. getting a law like POTA/TADA back, could be one thing that can be done

    but, for sure there will be innocent people who will be held under this law, that is a big downside

  4. @Amritpal

    Exactly. That is the problem in India. More of it will be misused. To say they ended terrorism in Punjab. But if you see how they did it ? it was double loss. First due to that wave then the wave which they ran to crush it.

    Unfulfillable losses !

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  6. You have rightly explained this matter Sidhu , but the point is that no government , police will do anything in this case,its the indian citizen who should take charge and open up there eyes what z happening in their surrounding , because finally its the youth and people of india only who can remove this terrorism .

  7. Aparna

    Citizens taking law in their hands is also not really an option. It would be nothing less than riots.

    Ultimately it has to be done by the people maintaining the law and order. The first thing we need is “honesty”. Every step we take, brings with it some negatives and things get nowhere. Things like separate laws and courts to treat terrorism cases are fine but who would ensure their proper use and no misuse ?

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