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Why do people here avoid pointed questions I ask about our preparedness to meet a contingency of such magnitude as this 60 hours of terrorist activity in Mumbai??? Did we make proper and appropriate preparedness after the attack on Parliament???

Asked by QueSera Sera, 29 Nov '08 05:53 pm
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Very few people in INDIA are concerned abouit the political situation and other affairs of the country.Most of the Indians worry about their home management and do not want to get involved in debate over political questions.For thgis reason nobody wants to answer pointed qs.Furtherrmore there are no more NATIONAL LEADERS. All the politicians worry about their chair and vote. They only issue statements and nothing more..
Answered by opvarma, 29 Nov '08 06:24 pm

 
  
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The day upa came to power it seems that they have diluted laws in dealing with terrorism.they scrapped pota and appointed pota review committee which sent a wrong message.afzalguru matter was not resolved softness was shown to pakistan could not even solve any mysetery regarding any blasts .delhi blasts was solved only after getting clues from gujrat police.actually a central investigating agency with modern equipments on line with usa could have been formes for collecting informations and sharing it with states,foration of special fast track courts for speedy trial and convictions for terrorists and made special vigil on coast.how serious is our govt. about it could be seen by a report that bullet proof jackets of mumbai ats were so bad that they were notused by many and red tapism was shown in taking off the plane carrying nsg.hm was a nominee of 10 janpath and was most incapable person for the job. actully we were not serious in tackling this menance.
Answered by Ramesh Agarwal, 01 Dec '08 10:36 pm

 
  
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This Q must be askd to Mr. Advani who already started running "Govt." :)
he was the home minister when Parliament was attacked !!
Now Dr. Manmohan Singh atleast told about setting up a task force under national security adviser !
For this attack on Mumbai I think Navy and Coast guard is to be blamed ! what actually they are supposed to do ? Navy for joint exercises and coast guard for checking fisher man ?
Answered by jacob, 29 Nov '08 06:03 pm

 
  
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Because of a contingency plan only they could move with speed and ultimately got successful. ( without it they would have been still sitting around a table and planning the purging-operation.)
Answered by anup roy, 29 Nov '08 06:01 pm

 
  
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No we did not
Answered by ARYAN, 29 Nov '08 05:59 pm

 
  
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