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Why central govt. has issued a warning to all states in the country fearing terrorsts attack on 6th dec?every year this day passes peacefully after celebrating protest rallies by both sides and this year the same will happen?why always we are feared with terrorists?

Asked by Ramesh Agarwal, 04 Dec '09 06:02 pm
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Because threat comes from those terrorists who are trained to disrupt by sabotage of high degree.
Answered by venkat ramani ramachandran, 05 Dec '09 08:40 pm

 
  
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This could be a drill to see how the security apparatus responds to it. ALL GOVTS DO THIS pls don\'t harass India Govt in this. Boy oh boy, I never imagined I would be defending Indian govt! It\'s surely gonna be raining penguins n Rajastan now....! If I am Manmohan Singh & issue an alert drill, which I get from RAW, I would like to see if airports increase their vigilance. Or if nuclear / industrial CISF increase their vigilince. Or if police raises their vigilance. And if Coast Guard get their act moving, and how well they coordinate. And then raids & countermeasures and surprise checks are done. You won\'t say \"we\'re celebrating a terrorist attack on 6th\" honestly. Israel issues a warning like that every bloody week. And attacks don\'t happen THAT often. Issuing terrorist threats can best b considered the Govt doing a state of preparedness test, and there is nothing wrong with this.
Answered by A Moin, 06 Dec '09 10:49 pm

 
  
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This is a routine work.
Answered by Rajeeva Ranjan, 04 Dec '09 06:03 pm

 
  
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