Another BOMB blast in DELHI

We Indians have got used to this kind of news. Tommorow it will be in the newspapers how people braved the odds and went on to live their normal lives just the next day. I feel sometimes handicapped , When i go out of my house I might not even return home.

                                  Believe me or not we are more than one billion and murders of a couple of people wont change the scene of indian politics, human life has last value in India, i feel like i am a vegetable.

                                  India is a Democracy you would say, then why does Raj Thakrey with only seven seats in the state assembly  allowed to speak on the behalf of entire state. India is going to dogs and common vegetables like me cant do any thing but watch it happen, and write frustated articles.

Here are last 10 major attacks on INDIA

  • August 252007 – Two blasts in Hyderabad’s Lumbini park and a restaurant. The police reportedly managed to find and defuse another bomb in the same area……………….42-KILLED

This makes 10 major attacks in 2 years! THis makes a total of 429 victims of terrorism in last two years.
And seems very easy to write it on internet, indeed it is, no matter whom you vote for, whom you support, whomever you believe in, whatever religion you follow in India, one thing is for sure, your life does not make any difference, you dont have any value.
Atleast thats the picture I get. Hope for a better future, pray for the dead.
2,765 people died in terrorism-related violence in India during year 2006. A review of the data indicates that nearly 41 per cent of all such fatalities occurred in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) alone as a result of the Pakistan-backed separatist proxy war in that State. 27 per cent resulted from Left Wing Extremism (Maoism/Naxalism) across parts of 14 States, prominently including Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Orissa, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, Bihar and Karnataka. 23 per cent of the total fatalities in 2006 occurred in the multiple insurgencies of India’s Northeast.”

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