Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Cowards attacked Indian Railway

On Tuesday ( 12 July 2006 Around 6:00pm local time ), a series of 7 powerful bomb blasts within 15 minutes along the Indian railway network killed 190 people and injured more than 600 people in India's Financial capital, Mumbai. This sad epsiode of cowardly act by terrorists from the bastardized satanic religion inflicted and caused unneccessary deaths and pains to innocent people. The blasts also littered body parts along the railway tracks and crippled the local mobile phone network.

Oh God, Not again ! God, why you allow these barbarians to run loose again ? Om Namo Amithaba Buddha.

Cowards and Bastards are all over the place. The cowards responsible for this inhumane and satanic acts has not come forward to claim responsibilities. The Indian officials claimed that this cowardiced attacks are linked to terrorist groups.

There are also unprecedented worldwide support for India and condemnations against these cowardice acts of terrorism :
  • "The appalling news of a series of attacks in your country with many dead and injured greatly affected me, the Federal Government of Germany emphatically condemns these terrorist acts." - German Chancellor Angela Merkel
  • "It is with emotion and indignation that I learned of the terrible toll of the terrorist attacks which struck several Indian rail installations, France condemns these acts, which nothing can justify, with the greatest firmness." - French President Jacques Chirac
  • "I am shocked by today's bomb attacks in the city of Mumbai andI condemn in the strongest possible terms these despicable acts of terrorism, which have caused death and injuries to scores of innocent people," - EU foreign policy and security chief Javier Solana.
  • "In this regard we express our confidence that the Indian authorities will ensure that those responsible will face the consequences of their own actions. During this difficult moment we join the people of India in their hour of bereavement while reaching out to those who lost their loved ones and wishing those wounded a speedy recovery," - South African President Thabo Mbeki
  • "Terrorism is a bane of our times and it must be condemned, rejected and countered effectively and comprehensively," - Pakistan President
  • "We condemn these attacks in the strongest possible terms. Our thoughts and prayers go out to those who have lost loved ones and friends in these attacks. These are senseless acts of violence designed to strike at those innocent people who were just going about their daily lives, people who were commuting home on a train. It is a terrible tragedy for the people of India," - McCormack USA State Department
  • "New Zealand joins with the rest of the international community in utterly condemning this deplorable act of terrorism. No grievance can justify such a cowardly attack. The blasts were clearly coordinated in order to cause as many deaths and injuries as possible to innocent people. We can only hope that the Indian authorities will be able to quickly identify those responsible and hold them to account." - Winston Peters New Zealand Foreign Minister.
  • "This senseless slaughter of innocent civilians reinforces the continuing importance of strong international resolve to confront the threat posed by terrorism wherever it threatens our communities." - Australia's Foreign Minister Alexander Downer
  • "Wanton killing and maiming of innocent people. We pledge to work hand in hand with India and other countries in fighting this scourge of terrorism. At this difficult time, our hearts go out to the families of the bereaved, to the injured and to all the people of India " - George Yeo, Singapore's Ministry of Foreign Affairs
To the people of India. Sincerely, our deepest condolences. May you emerged from this tragedy stronger. May God with his almighty grace bless this great nation of yours with Peace and Prosperity.

Cowards, Satans are calling you... May all cowards who causes human miseries be forever live in piss holes begging for world sympathies.......

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

AFP - Juy 21st 2006
Four held over Mumbai train attacks

Three men have been detained in India along with a suspected senior militant in Kenya in the first arrests in connection with the Mumbai trains blasts that killed 183 people.
Kenyan police said they detained Abdul Karim Tunda, one of India's most wanted men and a suspected organiser for banned Islamic militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba.
"We arrested him ... in Mombasa," a senior Kenyan police official said, after intelligence about him was sent from New Delhi on Friday.
"He is wanted for the bombings in Mumbai. He will be handed over because he is on the wanted list," he told AFP on condition of anonymity.

The arrests came more than a week after seven bombs exploded within 11 minutes on packed rush-hour commuter trains in the vibrant western Indian city.

Lashkar-e-Taiba, which is fighting Indian control in Kashmir, is the most likely group behind the attacks, with help from Mumbai-based Islamic militants, officers have said. Lashkar has denied involvement.

Indian police said Friday they have "definitive evidence" that the three men arrested overnight have links to terrorist groups, and could also have connections in Nepal and Bangladesh.

But police continued to point at Pakistan-based militants as having some role in the attacks. The blasts, the worst such attack in India for 13 years, have prompted sharp exchanges between Pakistan and India.

New Delhi has suggested the bombers had support from across the border, a claim denied by Islamabad.

Inquiry head K.P. Raghuvanshi refused to say what role the three might have played in the July 11 attacks that also wounded more than 800 people.

He declined to comment about Tunda.

The men, two from the eastern state of Bihar and one from Mumbai, were led into court in Mumbai Friday with black bags covering their heads. They have been detained for 10 days for further questioning.

"We have definitive evidence that these people are linked with terrorist groups," Raghuvanshi later told reporters at his headquarters in Mumbai.

"Their role in the Mumbai blasts is still to be ascertained.

"These three people have links with others in Nepal and Bangladesh which, directly or indirectly, are linked to Pakistan."

Intelligence officials said Tunda was based in Bangladesh before running operations in Tanzania and Kenya. He refused to cooperate during questioning, Kenyan police said, and his exact role in the Mumbai blasts is unclear.

"He's a very important operative of the Lashkar-e-Taiba and is wanted in a number of cases," said Bahukutumbi Raman, former head of the counter-terrorism wing of India's overseas intelligence service.

"The reports were he was coordinating activities for Lashkar-e-Taiba in India from Bangladesh," he told AFP.

Television reports said Tunda was wanted over a series of bomb attacks in the capital New Delhi in the late 1990s.

In a televised address Thursday, Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf urged India to avoid a "blame game" over the Mumbai blasts saying it would be admitting defeat to terrorists who oppose a peace process launched by the nuclear-armed rivals in 2004.

"We are all against terrorism, Pakistan is part of the international coalition in the fight against terrorism. But to involve each other or indulge in a blame game, in my view, is a first sign of defeat," Musharraf said.

"Terrorists want to stop the peace process and the normalisation process and I am sure the Indian government would not like them to win."

Police said Friday the death toll has increased by to 183. One badly damaged torso and head remained unclaimed in hospital, and officials were investigating if the man was a victim or part of a bombing team.

India also spurned an offer from Pakistan to help with investigations, telling Islamabad instead to clamp down on militants operating from its soil.

"If they really want to convince us ... they have to take some act (against militants) immediately and they can," foreign ministry spokesman Navtej Sarna said.