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Tuesday, December 2, 2008

No Evidence of local support involved in the recent terror attacks: Mumbai Police Commissioner

Mumbai Police Commissioner Hasan Gafoor said that their is no such evidence of local support was involved in the recent terror attacks in Mumbai. The Police Chief said in Press Meeting "There were 10 terrorists divided in 5 groups, each group contianing 2 terrorists who had came from Karachi in boats and later hired taxis to reach their destinations and all of them came from pakistan and trained over a one year by ex-Army personnel".

And also said that they carried 5 bombs out which 2 exploded in taxis in Vile Parle and Dockayrd Road, another One bomb was placed inside Oberoi hotel, one near Taj hotel and also each terrorists had AK-47 riffle, one pistol, hand grenades, magazines and also detailed Map of targetted places.

According to PTI, Police Chief said that the main plan of the terrorists was to create sensation and panic in the city.

1 comment:

Umair Siddiqui said...

Sir, Mumbai Attacks have yet again created tension in south-asia.
India has finally provided the official dossier[1] to Pakistani Govt
on January 5, 2009, which allegedly contains facts.

The Pakistani Govt is preparing official reply, however, various
Pakistani analysts are also analyzing this dossier. It turn out that
official dossier contain many factual errors. Unfortunately much
material is in Urdu, but following link is quite comprehensive:

you can skip to page-13 and specially for Dossier analysis skip to
page-66. All I can say, security agencies (like CIA, Mossad, RAW) in
order for __greater good__** kill their own people to create a bigger

Sir, It should be noted that India-Pakistan tension is not just this
terrorism issue but it is infact beyond that. For example, violation
of "Indus Water Treaty"[2] by building "Baglihar Dam"[3] in the
southern Doda district in Indian Occupied Kashmir, over Chenab river.

It is really unfortunate that in-competent Pakistani Govt didn't took
stand on this issue[4] (an alleged US-Govt pressure was also

This leads to following questions:

(1) Don't you think that Stealing the water of Chenab River is a
threat to Pakistani Agriculture and Pakistani Nation?
and is an example of "state sponsored" terrorism from India?

(2) How can peace process be continued with this back-stabbing?


** possibly to justify their existence and high funding