What is going wrong in my country??

11-year-old Santosh Kumar died and more than 18 people were injured when a crude bomb exploded at a crowded flower market at Mehrauli, south Delhi, close to the historic Qutub Minar, at 2.12pm on Saturday..

Why is this happening? Is our security system so weak,that any crappy person can plant a bomb ,in the capital city?

I am waiting for email-post investigation drama..Honestly,I am bored of it..When will somebody take actions,instead of fake encounters..Oh,who is there to take action..PM is busy eating dinner with Mr Bush..I wonder how important is nuclear deal over internal security.Who is bothered about nuclear power and energy crisis,when ones own life is at stake? Its time for Mr Home Minister to stop his fashion show and work on his department.Apart from all this,how can we expect police to take care of our petty lives,when they are busy guarding precious lives of VIPs.

Also,I think its high time that we ‘act’ instead of making blog posts and making comments..’Action’ doesn’t imply taking law in hands..There is much more beyond that.It is a true fact that there are many misguided youth out there..Isn’t there anything that you and me can do,as to make a change in the right direction?Politicians have 34832472389 black cats and so much of our tax to be spent over security,so nothing is going to happen to them.I guess its high time we stop looking up at government to do something,and instead focus on “What can you and me do?”,because our lives matters to us alone..

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    • Milind Kher
    • September 27th, 2008

    The whole thing is just going terribly wrong. Everybody just has to stand shoulder to shoulder to fight this menace.

    Continue to use your blog as a platform for good people to come together. Learning transfers from this forum will help us in carrying on the good work outside.

  1. “When will somebody take actions, instead of fake encounters”……… When action is taken people will condemn it as fake encounters. A terrorist is a terrorist, no matter what his religion, so people should support the security agencies, even if that means a reduction in their civil liberties.

    • Vineeth
    • September 27th, 2008

    Rather than putting the blame squarely on the Govt alone, all of us are equally responsible.
    Tell me how many policeman are there /1000 people in India.
    It is 2 or 3.
    Is it literally possible for them to see that nobody plants any bomb anywhere??
    So each person should become more alert and weed out the root cause of this from the society.
    The young men who create this problem must be given some message (through media, or religous organisations or whatever format )that the path they have chosen to exhibit their opinion is completely wrong and they should correct themselves.

    • Nimmy
    • September 28th, 2008

    Yeah sure Milind..I hope I keep up the anticipated level..

    • Nimmy
    • September 28th, 2008

    Sagarone..I ahve no issues witk killing people at sight,no matter to which religion they belong to,PROVIDED IT IS 100% SURE THAT THEY ARE THE CULPRITS..But is that the way it is happening?I don’t dig into fake-controversy..There is plenty of room for doubt and every person is free to believe what they feel right..Neither can you disprove me nor i can disprove you..

    Why do you think there is so much unclarity regarding these arrests and encounters..Any answer?

    In fact I want to shoot n kill all those real blasters,and not put them in jail simply to eat and drink and come out one day..The moment they are proved wrong,finish them of..Yeah,i am sounding sick,but i think thatz what they deserve..

    • Nimmy
    • September 28th, 2008

    Exactly vineeth..Thatz what is point is..Its high time we stop sit in a/c rooms and expect ‘government ‘ to do something for the whole antion..If we try to do something,atlest in our locality;maybe we can profile all people,especially outsiders or working people from outside the area..Maybe religious leaders can tale initiative to spread campaigns to give RIGHT awarenesss.Maybe rich people can afford some money to provide education or job for youth ,simply roaming here and there..I think resident associations can do wonders…many many more..But is anybody trying their own part,before blaming somebody else?

  2. I am for a Federal Agency, and I think this is too big a responsibility to be handled entirely by the police.

    • Nimmy
    • September 28th, 2008

    IHm,I agree..But moreover,we standing together and working together,instead of pointing fingers,will be more effective on grassroot level..

  3. @ Indianhomemaker

    Federal agency–Bad Plan. That’s what we tried here in the United States, and look what happened. I understand your frustration, but that is not the answer.

    • najeeb
    • September 29th, 2008

    If the gov is not ready to pursue all evidences and interested to persecute one community only, then unfortunately, I think, there will be no end to this.

    http://www.outlookindia.com/full.asp?fodname=20081006&fname=Cover+Story&sid=4&pn=1

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