Saturday, August 16, 2008

Ahmedabad blasts Cracked - Shocking response from "certain group of netizens"

Gujarat police today claimed to have cracked the Ahmedabad bombings as well as "almost unravelled" the past terror bombings in other Indian cities in which the banned Students' Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) had a "deep involvement".

Gujarat Director General Police P C Pandey, addressing media persons, said that the Ahmedabad crime branch and the State Anti Terrorist Squad, along with local intelligence, had "nearly solved" the serial bombings in Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Bangalore, Hyderabad and in Maharashtra.

Kudos to Gujarat Police for such a major success. I am sure every Indian would be Heaving a sigh of relief, finally.

However, I found response of certain group of netizens to this news really disturbing. I was going thru the readers responses of this news in TOI and found a vertical divide between the response of Hindus and Muslims. Most of the Hindus were ecstatic. While all of muslim who commented were sckeptic!

The responses ranged from

"all these arrests are fake arrest , this is only to safe face of Mr modi"

Another bunch of lies brought by the police against SIMI but people r sure about these lies & they will not beleave it, because until now they have arrested from all over INDIA to harass only muslims.

One of them even went to the extend of saying

Wake up Indians govt. administration seems involved in these blasts and I don't think Muslism arrest would stop these activities. I think Muslims should unite and do something about it
Blame for this skepticism completely goes to our messiah's of secularism and so called human right activists. Whether it was killing of Lashkar activist Ishrat or bringing to books the culprits responsible for attack on parliament, It was these self styled activists who were in forefront in sowing the seeds of doubt in the minds of minority community.

Even after the tragedy of Ahmedabad, the human right activists were in forefront protesting the arrests of people from minority community.

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