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Often we forget how India used to live before 2014. As Naseeruddin Shah said in 'The Wednesday', every morning when someone used to leave for office, his/her family used to be in constant fear if he will come back safely in evening.
Today's blasts in Srilanka made me recall that dark period of India, when no quarter of a year used to end without some bomb blast or terrorist attack in civilian areas of our country. Lemme try to remind you of them.
11 July 2006 - 7 serial bomb blasts happened in Mumbai suburban railway network. 187 civilians lost their lives in those attacks.
8 Sep 2006 - 4 serial bomb blasts in Malegaon took lives of 31 people.
18 Feb 2007 - blast in Samjhauta Express took lives of 68 passengers.
18 May 2007 - Bomb Blasts in Mecca Maszid resulted in death of 9 people.
25 Aug 2007 - 43 persons were killed in bomb blasts at Lumbini Park & Gokul Chat Bhandar in Hyderabad.
11 Oct 2007 - 3 killed in blasts inside Ajmer Dargah premises.
1 Jan 2008 - Attack on CRPF camp in Rampur. 07 jawans & 1 civilian was killed.
13 Sep 2008 - 4 blasts in busy markets of Delhi claimed many lives.
26 Nov 2008 - Attacks on CST, Chabad House & other places in Mumbai.
And so on... It happened at very regular intervals.
But since @narendramodi became PM & @rajnathsingh took reigns of the Home Ministry, I must say attacks on civilians have almost stopped. Sleeper cells have been identified and destroyed in a very serious effort. Internal Security in India was never stronger!
So let's keep this in mind when we go to vote in our area. Our one vote will give India a better, stronger & secured future and place us in hands of strong, committed & staunch patriots. So please choose wisely & vote!
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