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Is India becoming a fertile ground for anti-nationals, terrorists, and for all those who want to do any nefarious activities? It was officially reported by the Maharashtra government that foreign hands were suspected in the recent trouble in Mumbai and lot of arms and ammunitions were recovered. There were also reports that Awami Vikas party led for former police officer in Mumbai is also involved in this. Indeed alarming situation for those who to live peacefully in this country. Who is responsible for all these? Your views please?

Tags: mumbai, india, vikas
Asked by Good Citizen, 13 Aug '12 04:53 pm
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One has to remember the wise saying "Yadha Raja Thadha Praja" (The people will follow the King). When we modify it as : "With the corrupt, cruel and fraudulent politicians and administrators turning a blind eye to anti-nationals, terrorists and black marketers, to remain and continue in power by hook or crook these situation has to be expected. Many more Gandhis, Patels and Sastrys are required to reverse the trend. Let Bharath Matha take care of us.
Answered by Arakuzha Ramachandran, 13 Aug '12 05:32 pm

 
  
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It is common for most governments & authorities to play the outside agency card in case of such incidents. alright we do not have peaceful neighbours, but everyone knows it. question is despite this fact, what are our intelligence agencies doing in this regard? or is it the UPA doing in time for elections in 2014?
Answered by canaqa, 14 Aug '12 09:10 am

 
  
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1) The whole thing looks like stage managed and the ruling party wants to take advantage of it without learning any lessons from the Mumbai attack.
2) The so called protesters came from nowhere and vanished into thin air vandalizing the properties. It took place so fast and no one including the police has any clues as to who did it or who were behind it. Or else the ruling party does not want to tell the truth.
3) To sum up, it is a farce on the citizens of this country.
Answered by Tony Fernandez, 13 Aug '12 09:16 pm

 
  
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In a way you are right.

India is most populated Democratic country.

So it is easy for anti-nationals, terrorists, and for

all those who want to do any nefarious activities.

But such activities must be curbed wit Iron hand.

Hope our Government will do it.
Answered by anantharaman, 13 Aug '12 07:38 pm

 
  
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It has been initiated by foreign people saying permanently in India .But without the support of the local people it would not have been possible.Besides,the present Maharastra Govt. is more interested in its vote bank politics than law n order / solving any problem.
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 13 Aug '12 07:05 pm

 
  
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Who else could be other than the dirty, corrupt and tainted politicians...?
Answered by Dil Se, 13 Aug '12 06:00 pm

 
  
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Yes it is
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 13 Aug '12 05:09 pm

 
  
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Yes as we saw in Assam also.The weak administration is responsible for this as people has no fear.they know that can do anything and no body will take any action against them.Plz do not ask why?We always blame to others and not ready to take BOLD actions ex Kasab.
Answered by rekha agarwal, 13 Aug '12 04:56 pm

 
  
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