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Homegrown terror has engulfed India from all sides. Whether it is d Hindi heartland of Uttar Pradesh or Bihar, mountains of Jammu n Kashmir, metro cities like Mumbai and Bangalore, d terrorists have caught India on d wrong foot. They are planting bombs and killing people, safe in d knowledge that even if they are caught, d system will fail to punish them. After d withdrawal of d POTA, d terrorists feel that there is no strong law to check their activities. Isn't it time 4 d Indian government n civil society to think about d future of d country n decide whether it will allow d country to bec

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Asked by sumati gayki, 27 Nov '09 10:18 am
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Yes it is true and creation of our politicians who are more interested in getting power rather than the security of people.gujrat ,mp and ap want special laws to deal with terrorists but not approved by centre while in delhi and maharastra is approved.when our leaders like amar singh, laloo, mamta, congress are all out to please muslims and making statements detrimental to security of nation how we can think of getting rid off terror.see how usa/west/australia have taken tough laws, quick trial and cutting financial sources beside collecting information while here we think in terms of votes.there are about 40 districts inup very sensitive and act as local cell for terrorists and similarily in mumbai but our politicians are not interested.we are lacking strong political will to deal with it. ne assam, nagaland things are getting worse. there are 5 crores illegal bengladeshies residing and many of them are given citizenship for votes. itis leading to another partition in future what mist ...more
Answered by Ramesh Agarwal, 28 Nov '09 08:20 pm

 
  
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In terrorist attacks many people find big business and it includes people from all flocks of life, the educated the illiterate, the poor the rich etc. After the terrorist attacks the doctors, the ambulance operators, the blood banks, the medical stores etc have a boom period. After the Mumbai serial bomb blasts in local trains, a group of people from slums near the Matunga station was busy gathering mobile phones, purses, chains, wrist watches, gold rings and bangles etc. They even went to the extend of putting the amputed arms of victims in a gunny bag and removing the gold rings and bangles after taking the bag behing some partition and the police didn't take any action. A critically injured person handed over his cell phone to a person passing by and requested him to call his family, the person just moved away with his mobile. For the corporates, its selling spy cameras and security items and for the government organisations its commission by ordering these items. First the governme ...more
Answered by manoj thakur, 30 Nov '09 02:57 pm

 
  
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So long we see every thing on communal lines, so long our politicians practice vote bank politics, this is bound to remain nay it will engulf more and more people finally it hits even those who practive vote bank politics, by that time it will be too late to salvage the situation
Answered by SREENIVAS, 29 Nov '09 03:01 pm

 
  
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As u noticed all states are surrounded badly by terror......baahri terrorist se zyaada humein andarke dushmano se khatra hai......maharashtra,bihar,jharkhand,chattisgarh, MP surrounded by naxalis....assam n orissa surrounded by BODO n ULFAA.....J & K has also external terror ......
Answered by krunal modi, 28 Nov '09 05:10 pm

 
  
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The government has very simple solution to the problem but it's very hard for them................they just need to do their job honestly ......terrorists are getting local support coz govt has failed to address their issues ....this is the problem everywhere except J&K........firstly the local issues should be addressed and if still required then press the force button....
Answered by shashank sharma, 28 Nov '09 12:09 pm

 
  
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Yes it is high time Govt should wake up now
Answered by ANURADHA PATHAKJ, 28 Nov '09 09:39 am

 
  
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If our politicians stop supporting terrorists without bothering about vote bank and have strong will to wipe put terrorism,
India will not have unchecked terrorism. Terrorists function only with local support. Still we have not introduced strict laws to contain them. A person like Jayalalitha should be in the helm of affairs to curtail terrorism.
Answered by venkat ramani ramachandran, 28 Nov '09 08:57 am

 
  
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The problem is sumiji that the govt only talks about this and why the hell the POTA is not implemented ?Does agood man or common has to worry about this POTA? no but the politicians know that they r the most bad persons and if the pota or soe strict law is implemented they will be in soup and hence this is increasing day by day
Answered by krish, 27 Nov '09 04:14 pm

 
  
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Not only GOVT. OF INDIA SHOULD THINK BUT PLAN & IMPLEMENT THE LAWS EFFECTIVELY AND ENSURE SAFETY & SELF RESPECT OF EVERY CITIZEN.....
Answered by Sundeep, 27 Nov '09 11:08 am

 
  
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Yes it is high time Govt should wake up now Yes
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often forgotten quietly
Answered by Sunny, 25 Jan 07:07 pm

 
  
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