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On 13th Sept. 2008, Saturday. Anjan Kumar Samal, the major places like c.p., karol bagh, g.k.-1, central park targetted by the Indian Muzzahuddin and the 5 seriel blast took 30 innocent lives and 100 injured which made this day the black day.Eventhough the I.B. informed the govt. and the police about the likely attack ane day before,the police and the govt. became mere the spectator.Again the Indian security system challeged by so called terrorists and the result is in front of all.
seriel blast The  attack thrilled the city and the people all over the city are in fear.
In this crucial situation the Govt. should plan out the further course of action in such a positive manner that can stop the terrorist from their further intention to attack and ruin the peace of the city.
All the political parties should call a all party meet in this crucial time to fight against terrorism and should stand strongly to save the capital city from the repeated attack bt the terrorists.
 By this time by the help of a little child named Rahul the city police arrested the master mind of the incident .The so called mastermind of the attack named Tafique Ahmed was recgnised by the little ballon seller Rahul and confirmed by the city police.Seven others also areested by the city police in the following course of action as reported by the city police.
In the mean time the Chief Minister of Delhi annunced 5 lakh for the family for them who lost their lives and 50,000 for injured victims.

The Indian Mujahideen, regarded by security agencies as a front of the Lashkar-Huji terror machine, has claimed responsibility for the blasts. The Indian Mujahideen email, titled "the Message of Death", said: "In the name of Allah, Indian Mujahideen strikes back once more. ... Do whatever you can. Stop us if you can." 

This group had sent emails before the UP court blasts, the Jaipur and Ahmedabad blasts. This time, too, it sent an email to media groups, however, 10 minutes after the first blast. And for the third time, it specifically threatened The Times of India for attacking terror. 

The first blast took place at Ghaffar Market at 6.10 pm. Soon after that, two explosions rocked Connaught Place, one at Barakambha Road near Gopaldas Building at 6.30 pm and the other near the Metro station at the Central Park at 6.31 pm. Almost simultaneously, a blast hit M-block market in Greater Kailash-I near McDonald's and seven minutes later another bomb went off near Prince Pan Corner in the same market. 

All blasts were of low intensity, and the defused bombs suggest they used the cocktail of ammonium nitrate, gun powder, ball bearings and nails, with timer devices , the same kind of bombs that were used in Jaipur, Bangalore and Ahmedabad, indicating that it's the same group that's wreaking terror across the country. 

Eyewitnesses said that explosives at Connaught Place were kept in a dustbin in Central Park of Connaught Place while at Gopaldas building, the bombs were kept in a dustbin next to the bus stand. An 11-year-old boy, Rohit (name changed) who had witnessed two persons wearing a black dress putting two plastic bags inside the dustbin, is being examined by the cops. 

Police say the first blast in Karol Bagh was the result of a Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) cylinder explosion. The impact of the blasts in Karol Bagh could be gauged by the fact that an auto was thrown up in the air and got caught in the electrical wires. "The terrorist have used the CNG autorickshaw to maximise the impact and we have so far not been able to find the number plate of the vehicle," said a police officer. 

Eyewitnesses claim that explosives were loaded on a bicycle near Prince Pan Centre in GK I and another inside a dustbin near McDonald's. All the blasts were of low intensity and ball bearings were used to maximize the impact, said investigators. 

In GK's M block market, the blast took place next to a Maruti car to maximise the impact but it did not explode averting a bigger tragedy. Cops said that a low intensity blast with a timer was used to trigger the blast. The second blast which took place next to a pan shop was higher intensity but shopkeepers and shoppers had evacuated the area by then, reducing the human loss. All the blast sites were popular shopping destinations, and all of them were teeming with people on weekend shopping. 

Three unexploded bombs were found later taking the total number of bombs to 8. The first was found near India Gate inside a dustbin at the Children's Park and one was defused at Regal Cinema Hall which was lying on the road, while another one was found at Central Park, again inside a dustbin. A National Security Guard (NSG) team defused the bombs after they were informed by the witnesses about unclaimed objects. NSG experts were assessing the situation and nature of explosives used



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