By Shivangi Singh:Â
Attack on one city spreads terror in all-this is the success formula in use by those who perpetuate terror since the very beginning. The real tragedy, however, is how ineffective the policing, the so-called governance and the security mechanisms are in a city which has been attacked time and again. Hence, the power lies in not how the Police or the government deals with the issue but in how one big city unites as one big family after a tragedy.
The Hyderabad serial bomb blasts invoked aggression not only in the physical world but also on Twitter:
#HyderabadBlasts Families of those killed to get Rs 6 lakhs each. Try & prevent deaths boss. Don't just behave like a life insurance company
— Ramesh Srivats (@rameshsrivats) February 21, 2013
Shocked after hearing abt #HyderabadBlasts Heart goes out for the ppl who lost their lives & & who got injured. RIP 🙁
— Ishant Sharma (@ImIshant) February 21, 2013
Intel report was prepared in oct, part of official records #Hyderabadblasts alarming! Very very alarming
— Rajdeep Sardesai (@sardesairajdeep) February 21, 2013
Curious thing about blasts in India is the perpetrators seem to have no demand. What do they want? They just want to kill #HyderabadBlasts
— Sagarika Ghose (@sagarikaghose) February 21, 2013
Religious terrorism is getting bigger & nastier than political terrorism,nationalist-separatist terrorism,state terrorism. #Hyderabadblasts
— taslima nasreen (@taslimanasreen) February 21, 2013
Hope Shinde saab didn't send the intelligence info to Hyd police by speed post #HyderabadBlasts
— zubair khan (@zubairkhan4642) February 21, 2013
So the Indian Intelligence knew there is smething fishy,bt still cudnt find out until #HyderabadBlasts happned. Extreme Intelligence?
— Prasad (@prasad_salvi) February 21, 2013
Just saw the images of victims of today's blast…….
Tears is the only thing I can come up with….
Sad for #HyderabadBlasts
— Sham Waghmare (@Sham_Waghmare) February 21, 2013
Its always about the common innocent citizen injured, dying. When will incidents like #HyderabadBlasts come to an end?
— Karishma Bajaj (@miracles4u) February 21, 2013