Lessons to learn from Hyderabad Blasts

via HARAN.B.R published on May 20, 2007

It is sad & unfortunate that the innocent Muslims have once again become victims of the terrorist elements of their own community at their own worshipping place. After the attacks on Malegon Mosque and Samajhuata Express train, it is the third time that the terrorists have struck at their own community. So, it becomes all the more clear that, the perpetrators are Pakistanis & Bangladeshis, who want to destabilize Bharat. However, it is also clear that they are being aided & abetted by the fanatic elements of the local community to execute their plans with precision & finesse.


It is indeed a good job done by the Hyderabad police to immediately respond to the terror attack and they even managed to defuse two live bombs. Had the Muslim youth behaved sensibly rising to the occasion and helped the police, instead of opposing them foolishly by pelting stones & resorting to violence, number of casualties might have got reduced. While the AP CM Samuel Reddy attempted to mislead the people by saying that a “crude” bomb was exploded by some “anti-socials”, the Home Secretary & the DGP have come out with the facts that the attack was the handiwork of “terrorists” using “sophisticated” bombs. It is also believed that the fundamentalist goons belonging to AIMIM tried to flare up communal riots by taking to the streets shouting slogans of “Allah O Akbar”, but thanks to the timely action of the police force, things were brought to control. Under such circumstances the restrained firing by police force could not be avoided and one hopes that the so-called human-rights groups and secularists refrain from making an issue out of the police firing.


 In the meantime, the police were very quick to find out that the perpetrators belong to the Bangladeshi terrorist outfit HUJI and that the concerned mobile phone, which triggered the blast, was owned by one Bilal, a member of HUJI, who is wanted for the Malegon blasts as well. It is also heartening to note that the ‘secular’ media, particularly the TV channels, restricted themselves from attempting to give a ‘saffron’ colour to the perpetrators, unlike during their reporting of Malegon blasts.


There is one important lesson for the Indian Muslims is that, they must help the governments & the police to find out the culprits at the earliest and they must also cooperate with them in their investigations whole-heartedly for the sake of social welfare & communal harmony, without yielding to the nefarious designs of vested interests.


     


 

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