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From Chandni Chowk 2 Calcutta
The movie suck; terror activity in India suck worse, but not all around
05/02/2009

In a flat statement, while one presumed that every region in India has been host to terror incidence, the truth is otherwise. An analysis of the last 10-15 years of terror attacks reveals that the North-Eastern region saw the maximum number of fatalities in terror strikes, especially last year. It should not come as a surprise, as insurgence and infiltration are pretty easy in these regions. Assam, Manipur and neighbouring areas saw 1,057 deaths compared to 541 casualties in Kashmir alone in 2008.

The SATP and Institute for Conflict Management database divulges that the death toll has increased by around 40% in last one year in NE regions. In the recent past, even the capital felt the tremors of the bomb blast. There were several incidences of serial blasts in Delhi and nearby regions. 2008 also saw new additions in terror-sick states like Gujarat, Rajasthan and Karnataka. Maharashtra was again blown up by intense terror attacks. To make matters worse, attacks by Pakistan-backed groups have occurred in Delhi, Mumbai, Malegaon, Bangalore and Varanasi; with proof of an enduring war of attrition by terror groups and their jihadi surrogates. These attacks are intended to undermine India’s stability by attacking its economic, technological and financial hubs. The noteworthy point is that despite terrorist ‘successes’, the strategies of our politicians has bordered on the miserable to being clearly unconcerned. That India’s politicians have failed to secure the nation is to say the obvious, but that they have cheated the country for years on in various spheres, it to say the more than too obvious. It is amazing that the Indian civil community till now has not undertaken a revolution of sorts to overthrow whatever semblance of democracy exists. For such terror attacks will continue, and politicians will cheat India...

By:- Sray Agarwal
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