Ahmedabad: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday slammed the Central Government for failing to prevent Wednesday's serial bomb blasts in Pune and said that there should be zero-tolerance towards terror.
"This is not an issue of how much or how little damage was done. The terrorists are sending us a message that they have the power to spread fear. I hope the government responds appropriately with a zero tolerance policy towards such activities," said Modi in Ahmedabad.
Meanwhile, an FIR has been filed under the Explosives Act and Unlawful Activities Prevention Act against unknown people in the Wednesday Pune serial blasts case.
Union Home Secretary RK Singh has confirmed that two Improvised Explosive Devices that didn't explode are being examined. The National Security Guards (NSG) and National Investigation Agency (NIA) are also examining CCTV footage to find out about the people who may have planted the bombs....more
12:23 PM, Aug 02, 2012
Pune: Two of the Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) that did not explode in Pune have been sent for forensic examination, Home Secretary RK Singh said on Thursday. He added, "Investigations are still in the preliminary stage. The initial investigation is being done by the NSG post-blast team." The NIA and the CFSL teams reached the explosion site at 3:30 am, he said, adding, "If planning has happened, that means there...
11:34 AM, Aug 02, 2012
Pune: The protesters of India Against Corruption on Thursday suspended their agitation for a day in blast-hit Pune after the police told them to pack-up and leave so that investigations were carried on smoothly. IAC member Deepak Bharadia said, "We have suspended our protest for today." Meanwhile, the man who was detained for questioning in connection with the blasts turned out to be a local tailor. Dayanand Patil, who was...
10:11 AM, Aug 02, 2012