Risking Secularism in the Midst of Religious Killings

On 14th. Sep’08, Delhi was hit by a serial blast killing 30 people and injuring 90 others. On 26th. July’08, Ahmedabad was hit by a similar kind of serial blasts, taking lives of 60 people and leaving more than 200 people injured.

Before that it was Bangalore, before Bangalore it was Jaipur – the list is endless.

Planting of these low intensity bombs in different places has become repulsively regular in India. It is believed that the Indian Mujahedeen group is responsible for all these blasts, they demonstrate their “jihad” by all these.

I understand the need of a protest but not by killing people in the name of religion – that’s just atrocious.

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