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Jihadi blast took 15 lives injuring another 60 in Indian Capital Delhi.


Three .. Attacks in .. 3months.

Hindus are targeted again.

Islamic Briefcase in Delhi. Blast at Delhi high court kills 15, injures 60

HHE Media Centre : New Delhi :: At least fifteen  people were killed and at least 60 others injured in a powerful blast outside Delhi high court gate number 5 on Wednesday (07 th Sept. 2011)  morning.

The blast took place at around 10.15 am. Home secretary RK Singh told reporters the explosives were placed in a briefcase at the high court reception where hundreds of people come through every day to attend court cases.

No one has claimed responsibility for the attack. Television images showed scores of lawyers in black coats running from one of the main gates of the building.

“This appears to be a bomb explosion and it is at least a medium-intensity bomb… The site has been fully secured and Delhi has been put on high alert. Whatever precautions need to be taken are being taken,” said home ministry official UK Bansal.

The injured have been taken to AIIMS, RML and Safdarjung hospitals. The Delhi Police have cordoned off the area, not far from Parliament and the Prime Minister’s Office. Fire tenders have been rushed to the spot.

TTop officials of Delhi Police including Special Commissioner (law and order) Dharmendra Kumar and Joint Commissioner of Special Cell RS Krishnaiah have rushed to the spot.

Jt Commissioner (Crime) Sandip Goyal and Special Commissioner PN Aggarwal also joined them.

Rajya Sabha has been adjourned till 2pm to allow government collect information and make its statement on bomb blast outside Delhi High Court.

The blast was the second explosion at the high court this year. On May 25, a small explosion that appeared to be a failed car bomb hit the court parking lot.

A high alert in the capital has been sounded and security tighten at public places.

Delhi blast: The Hindus face of tragedy. Yes not the Muslims.

I have been being threatened in various ways to close this blog-site as proved as a big critique to the Muslim fundamentalists and various Jihadi and Evangelist War Groups.  Those who called me as ******, may please take the list of 15 deceased in the Delhi HC Blast from us or from the web as now easily available. We have no intention to claim the high numbers of dead bodies fraudulently anyway, anytime.

The list follows·(1) Inderpal Singh Anand (80), Geeta Colony  ·(2) Darshan Lal Jain (75), Shakti Nagar ·(3) Harish Dutt Joshi (68), Naraina ·(4) Pawan Bansal (62), Gurgaon  ·(5) Mehtab Singh Dabas (57), Ghewra village ·(6) Nalini Aggarwal (55), Vasant Vihar  ·(7) Ashok Kumar Sharma (55), Palam ·(8)  Vinod Jeswal (54), Sarai Rohilla ·(9)  Veerpal (52), Gandhi Nagar ·(10) Pramod Kumar (40), Hari Nagar ·(11) Amanpreet (21), Guru Nanakpura ·(12)   P. Patra (58), IPA guest house in south Delhi  ·(13) Nizamuddin (87), Daryaganj  (THE LONE MUSLIM KILLED IN THE BLAST EXCEPTIONALLY) ·(14) & (15) Two others Unidentified. (Actually identified, but not disclosed due to investigation reasons).  This blog-site is dedicated to Hindutva and Truth both as these are inseparable.  All threats coming all along will act bogus.  ……………………………………….. ~ Editor, HINDU EXISTENCE.

Indian Mujaheedin and Tahreek-e-Taliban-Hindusthan are the prime suspects behind the blast as the experts are exhorting. But why these repeated Jihadi blasts in India and the failure of Indian security and surveillance agencies? NO ANSWER.

The email sent to Delhi Police by HuJI from an email id : ~~  “We owe the responsibility of todays blasts at high court delhi….. our demand is that Afzal Guru’s death sentence should be repealed immediately else we would target major high courts & THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA.”

Other sources said that the bomb, reportedly a combination of ammonium nitrate and pentaerythritol tetranitrate (PETN) was planted by terror group Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami (HuJI) in a suitcase, exploded at 10:14 AM outside Delhi High Court’s Gate No. 5 where more that 100 litigants had gathered for passes to enter the court’s premises.

How far the Hindus will remain the targeted victims in Bharat (India) by Islamic Terror?                   

Related Reading :  Delhi Blast: Hang Afzal Guru Immediately……  

 See Slide Show : विस्फोट से दहली दिल्ली || Delhi devastated by deadly blasts……..     

….. NDTv   Pictures :   Delhi blast: The human face of tragedy  ……..

Courtesy : PTI | Times Now | TNN | CNN-IBN | NDTv | Jagran | Hindu Revolution | Organiser | Agencies.

2 comments on “Jihadi blast took 15 lives injuring another 60 in Indian Capital Delhi.

  1. Mahandre Soni
    September 8, 2011

    रिंग रिंग …
    ring ring …

    नमस्कार, गृह मंत्रालय के बम धमाका हेल्प लाइन में आपका स्वागत है.
    अभी ताजे ताजे हुए धमाकों की जानकारी के लिए एक दबाएँ
    धमाकों पर गृह मंत्री के प्री रेकॉर्डेड सदाबहार बयानों के लिए 2 दबाएँ
    धमाकों पर प्रधान मंत्री की निंदा और कड़े कदम उठाने के बयानों के लिए 3 दबाएँ
    धमाकों पर प्रधानमंत्री के और ज्यादा कड़े कदमों के बयान के लिए 4 दबाएँ
    किसी ने धमाकों की जिम्मेदारी ली या नहीं ये जानने के लिए 5 दबाएँ
    धमाकों पर दिग्विजय सिंह के RSS का हाथ है वाले बयान के लिए 6 दबाएँ
    गलती से अगर कोइ आतंकी पकड़ा गया है और उसे कोंग्रेस सरकारी दामाद बनाने जा रही है तो उसका नाम जानने के लिए 7 दबाएँ
    आतंकी का कोइ धर्म नहीं होता जैसे बयानों के लिए 8 दबाएँ
    अगर आपका कोइ अपना इन धमाकों में मारा गया है तो गांधी जी की रामधुन सुनाने के लिए 9 दबाएँ
    पिछले मेनू है ही नहीं, इसलिए ये मेनू फिर से सुनने के लिए 0 दबाएँ
    और अगर आप खुद धमाके का शिकार हुए हैं, और अभी तक जिन्दा हैं तो अपना गला दबाएँ
    कॉल करने के लिए धन्यवाद, केन्द्र सरकार के बचे हुए साल आपको लिए शुभ हों …

    लेकिन हरकत उल जिहादी आल इस्लाम (हुजी) ने यह दिल्ली बिस्फोट का जिम्मेबारी लेने के बाद दिग्विजय सिंह और पि चिदाम्बरम का मनसा पूरा नहीं हो पाया…..
    अभी वह हेल्प लाइन बंध कर दिया गया ……


  2. Kanchan Gupta (via. R. Singh)
    September 8, 2011


    At the mercy of terrorists – Kanchan Gupta

    At the mercy of terrorists


    An effete Prime Minister and his smug Home Minister mouth the same platitudes as India’s citizens are wantonly slaughtered.

    Macabre humour is often a measure of both cynicism and despair when confronted with death and destruction. It can also offer an insight into how people perceive those in power and authority who presume to rule — as opposed to govern — the country. For evidence, consider the text message that did the rounds soon after PTI put out a news flash, informing us to our eternal gratitude that the Prime Minister had announced a compensation of Rs 2 lakh for the next of kin of those killed and Rs 1 lakh for those wounded in Wednesday’s ghastly terrorist bombing at Gate Number 5 of Delhi High Court that left at least 11 people dead and scores grievously injured. The text message asked: And how much for the bombers?

    That there should be such contempt for Mr Manmohan Singh who feigns to be in power and officially heads the Union Government whose primary task is to ensure the safety and security of all citizens of the country is entirely understandable. A limp-wristed Prime Minister who uses his (now torn and tattered) cloak of sincerity to slyly pass the buck so as to avoid admitting failure and owning responsibility deserves neither respect nor admiration. When Mr Singh, using establishment-friendly journalists accompanying him on his visit to Bangladesh as messenger boys and girls, says “innovative mechanisms to tackle terrorism after 26/11 have been put in place but there are unresolved problems and terrorists are taking advantage of those weaknesses” he only strengthens the distrust in him and his absent leadership.

    Mr Singh was grossly wrong when he told a group of carefully selected editors earlier this year that his Government’s dipping popularity was on account of mounting “governance deficit”. What the ramshackle UPA regime he purportedly heads suffers from is trust deficit — and each time India bleeds, every time the blood of innocent men, women and children is spilled because the state has been debilitated to a point where its representatives can only watch from the margins and wring their hands in a show of manufactured concern while scheming how to blame somebody else for the wanton slaughter of its citizens, that trust deficit only increases further.

    There’s nothing remarkably new about what we have heard ever since the ‘briefcase bomb’, an improvised explosive device that was left outside Gate Number 5 of Delhi High Court which is used by litigants to enter the premises, went off at 10.15 am on Wednesday. Union Minister for Home Affairs P Chidambaram, in the statement he made in Parliament, and Internal Security Secretary UK Bansal, in his media briefings, have taken care not to go beyond the template that has been fine-tuned over several such terrorist attacks: We condemn the attack, we have issued a red alert, we shared intelligence report with Delhi Police in July, we have issued sketches of the suspects… So, what’s new?

    Nothing really. In a sense, Wednesday’s terror bombing is of a piece with all terrorist strikes since Mumbai was attacked on November 26, 2008. There have been six such attacks — there has been no breakthrough in the investigations into any one of them — beginning with the bombing of German Bakery at Pune on February 13, 2010. Before Wednesday’s bombing, Jhaveri Bazar in Mumbai was bombed on July 13; and before that mild explosives were used, possibly as part of a dry run, when a bomb went off at Delhi High Court on May 25. Since there were no fatalities on that occasion, nobody took note of it. In any case, life is cheap in India or else the Government couldn’t get away with such criminal inaction and worse and the people, exercised over televised images of Wednesday’s savagery, wouldn’t settle down for the next episode of ‘Just Dance’ once the 24-hour news cycle gets over and news channels latch on to something more exciting and eyeball-grabbing.

    It would be absurd to suggest, even if ever so remotely, that the menace of terrorism can be stamped out or that any Government, no matter how well-meaning and tough in implementing a ‘zero tolerance’ policy, can guarantee that terrorists shall not strike again. The US may have prevented mainland terror attacks since September 11, 2001, but it would be foolish for Americans to believe that the next time a car is packed with explosives and parked in a crowded place to blow up or be blown up, it will be detected before damage is done.

    Yet, it would be equally stupid of us not to take note of the fact that the enhanced security system in the US has not only minimised the chances of terrorists succeeding in their faith-ordained mission to kill and maim, destroy and devastate, it has also increased trust in the Government and the state’s determination to protect Americans from enemies at home and abroad. So also has Europe succeeded, preventing terrorists from achieving their objective even if that has fetched rebuke from Islamists, both of the closet and overt variety, and charges of Islamophobia. Political correctness is the other side of the coin with which politics of votes is conducted in our country: Appeasement and war on terror cannot go hand in hand.

    The issue is not the Prime Minister’s frivolous comments or the Home Minister’s mock concern, despicable as both may be. The issue is what has the Government done to step up its vigil, crack down on sleeper cells of homegrown terrorists inspired by AfPak jihad and on the payroll of Pakistan’s ISI, improve its intelligence-gathering mechanism, put in place deterrents by way of swift trial and harsh punishment, penalise the likes of Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh who is also the minder of the heir apparent, Mr Rahul Gandhi, for intentionally undoing whatever feeble attempts are made to fight the menace of terrorism thus further weakening a debilitated state, and instilling confidence in the country’s citizenry. The answer must necessarily be rude and brief: Nothing.

    Vacuous statements, pompous assertions, maudlin sentiments and treacly concern are not substitutes for policy though they suffice the need of news channels eager to cover up this Government’s, more so the Congress’s, follies. What we need to do is to raise some tough questions and demand convincing replies.

    For instance, we should ask our effete Prime Minister, who is admittedly clueless of all that’s happening under his watch, including the emptying of the till which he is supposed to guard, and his smug Home Minister as to what happened to the plan to set up the Criminal and Crime Tracking Network System that was conceived in May 2008 with the purpose of collecting, storing, retrieving, analysing and sharing data and information between police stations, police stations and State police headquarters, and State police headquarters and Central police organisations.

    We need to ask what happened to the National Counter-Terrorism Centre which was supposed to prevent, contain and respond to terrorist attacks. We need to ask what happened to the NATGRID, the proposed over-arching organisation of investigating and intelligence agencies which was supposed to provide real time information on terrorists. We need to ask what happened to police reforms, bearing in mind that often the constable on duty is the first responder to a terrorist attack.

    And, we need to stubbornly insist that these questions must be answered. Now. That would expose whatever little remains unexposed of this untrustworthy lot who presume to rule India.


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