Sunday, September 14, 2008

Serial bomb Blast in Delhi: A Saturday

Serial bomb Blast in Delhi:

In Delhi, Yesterday (13th September’08) evening Five blasts rocked New Delhi. The blasts at Ghaffar market in Karol Bagh, at Connaught Place and Greater Kailash took place in quick succession, the police said. All these places are crowded areas of Delhi. In the history of delhi, this Saturday become A Saturday. Last blasts (29th October’05) in delhi also occurred before festive season (Dushera/ Durga Puja/ Diwali) was arrived.


The first blast took place at Ghaffar market in which at least 20 people were injured. They were rushed to the nearby Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital.

Two explosions took place in Connaught Place, in which at least 10 people were injured.Another explosion rocked M-Block market in Greater Kailash-I.The first blast took place at 6:10 pm. The bomb was placed in a dustbin in a parking lot outside Grover’s Enterprises, a local shop. The blast caused panic among the shoppers and the shopkeepers downed their shutters.

Three unexploded bombs were found later taking the total number of bombs to 8. The first was found near India Gate inside a dustbin at the Children's Park and one was defused at Regal Cinema Hall which was lying on the road, while another one was found at Central Park, again inside a dustbin. A National Security Guard (NSG) team defused the bombs after they were informed by the witnesses about unclaimed objects. NSG experts were assessing the situation and nature of explosives used.

Indian mujahddin has claimed the responsibility .Delhi police arrested mastermind of these bomb blast.


Now, these blasts cleared that this system does not able to handle these terrorism. So that its time for every common man to think about how can remove terrorism from this system. The best example is to follow the story line of A Wednesday movie, in which one common man trying to remove terrorism from this system.

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