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Ahmedabad: Seventeen low-intensity blasts rocked Ahmedabad on Saturday evening killing 15 people and injuring over 100 others.


Gujarat Urban Development Nitin Patel confirmed that 15 people have died in the blasts.


The blasts happened in Maninagar, Bapunagar, Hatkeshwar, Sarnagpur Bridge, Amraiwadi, Govindwadi, Sarangpur, Chakla area, Jawahar Chowk and Juhapura.


Except for the blast in Juhapura, all others took place in eastern part of the city.


The first blast took place in Maninagar, which is the Assembly constituency of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi. According to initial reports the bomb in Maninagar was planted in a bicycle. There was a second blast in Maninagar area inside the LG Hospital premises.


The blast inside the hospital took place below a red-coloured car, which caught fire.


In Bapunagar the blast took place outside the railway station while one of the blast took place inside a bus. The blasts occurred within a span of 70 minutes between 1830 hrs IST and 1940 hrs IST. Some of the bombs were hidden in tiffin boxes.


However, Gujarat Home Minister Amit Shah confirmed about only three blasts.


A black coloured Hero Honda Splendor motorcycle has been found abandoned near the blast site in Maninagar.


Ahmedabad railway station has been sealed.


Some of the blasts took place in communally sensitive areas of the city. CNN-IBN’s Editor-in-Chief Rajdeep Sardesai reports that the blasts were aimed at creating panic and not really at causing heavy causalities.


The Intelligence Bureau had received an e-mail from a little known terror group called Indian Mujaheedin about a possible attack, reports Sardesai.


Union Minister of State for Home Sri Prakash Jaiswal said, “The blasts seem to be along the lines of yesterdays Bangalore blasts. It is a conspiracy to unsettle the country. All metros are on a high alert.”


An emergency meeting is going on at Modi’s residence and the Chief Minister is likely to visit the blast areas soon.


Coordinator of the United Christian Forum for Human Rights Father Cederic Prakash appeals for calm.


“I sympathise with those affected. Every single member of civil society should maintain peace and communal harmony,” Prakash says.


The serial bomb blasts in Ahmedabad come just a day after a series of blasts rocked Karanataka capital Bangalore. In Bangalore, too, nine low-intensity blasts had taken place on Friday afternoon killing two people and injuring six others.

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AHMEDABAD: Close on the heels of Bangalore serial blasts, serial blasts rocked Ahmedabad on Saturday evening. (Watch)

All the explosion were low intensity blasts. At least twenty people have been injured in the blasts, they have been taken to Maninagar hospital. Six blasts have been confirmed. According to reports two people are feared dead.

The Gujarat Home Minister said 12 blasts had occurred. All metros have been put on high alert. The entire mobile network has come to a standstill. Chief Minister Narendra Modi is due to hold an emergency meeting.

The Prime Minister has condemned the Ahmedabad blasts and appealed for calm.

Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Shakeel Ahmed said that serial blasts speak of serious security lapses on the part of the state government. Maharashtra, Rajasthan and several other states have been put on high alert.

There are reports that there many live bombs still across the city. According to reports, a terror outfit claiming itself to be Indian Mujahidden sent an email at 6.41 pm(local time) claiming that the blasts at Ahmadabad were being carried out to avenge the Gujarat riots.

The first explosion took place in Maninagar, which happens to be Chief Minister Narendra Modi’s constituency. The second blast happened in the Sardar Patel Diamond market. The third and fourth blasts took place in Saranpur Bridge and Isanpur. While the first bomb was reportedly planted in a cycle, the other bombs were hidden in tiffin boxes, according to police sources. There were other blasts in Bapu Nagar and Raipur.

The truth is security in India is a joke. Unfortunately the joke is on YOU !!!

By: Vishal Shah


Thirty-two months after an Indian Institute of Technology professor was killed on the campus of the Indian Institute of Science, ‘terror’ returned to the pensioners’ paradise that no longer is, shortly after lunch on Friday afternoon.

The question is not why Bangalore, but why did it take so bloody long?


Why did it take so long for these smart-assed sons of bitches to set off half-a-dozen bombs just as we were about to hit the sack for our afternoon siesta in our ‘sleeper cells’, when they could have done it yesterday, or day before, or last week, or last month?

The rocket scientists dressed as ‘intelligence sources’ and ‘security experts’ are already busy adding one and one and making it eleven: It was a Friday. It happened at 1.30 pm or shortly thereafter. Ergo, you know who was behind them.

Those bearded, fez-wearing, menacing-looking guys who procreate like hell, send their children to madrassas, and receive their cheques from strange places.

Any time now, the state government will start blaming central intelligence agencies for not alerting them. The Centre, in turn, will blame some unpronounceable outfit whose benefactors are across the border.

By primetime, the prime minister (depending on the toll) will make a macho statement something to the effect of ‘We will not cow down to terror.’ The Union home minister, whose very sentence-construction sends terrorists scurrying for cover, will pronounce that ‘such incidents will not deter the government from pursuing its policy of dealing with terrorists in a resolute manner.’

Tomorrow morning, the Congress which is in the Opposition in Karnataka will blame the BJP which is in power for being interested in anything but governance. The BJP in turn will blame the Congress for revoking POTA and making this a ‘soft State.’ Editor types will stand up and say it is time for ‘moderates’ to speak out.

And just when the TV guys were rubbing their hands in glee that something finally had happened to keep them busy over the next 36 hours, bam, the toll is just two. How do they fill ‘We, the People’ and ‘Big Fight’ and ‘Weekend Edition’ this weekend?

Yes, it sounds all too flippant.

Two people have killed, several more injured, how can we be so joyful and jokey about such a serious ‘menace’ like terrorism that is ‘eating into the vitals of our system’ and taking ‘innocent lives’?

We would.

If they would.

The truth is security in India is a joke. You know it, the terrorists know it, it’s just that our political and administrative and police masters think that we don’t.

So, like Pavlov’s pups, we are supposed to feel concerned about what happened in the ‘IT capital’ on Friday afternoon; we are supposed to slam terrorism ‘in no uncertain terms’; we are supposed to light a candle in our hearts and mourn.

For what?

Truth is we have been there, done that, and bought the lousy blood-stained T-shirt several times before: In Hyderabad, in Bombay, in Delhi, in Jaipur, and not necessarily in that order.

And you don’t need rocket scientists dressed as ‘intelligence sources’ or ‘security experts’ to tell you that it will happen again in Hyderabad, in Bombay, in Delhi, in Jaipur, and not necessarily in that order, some time soon.

The truth is security in India is a joke. Unfortunately, it is on you.