The country has been 70 years old. With freedom, the wounds that India got as a partition of the country continued to live in tears. India was repeatedly wounded by the part of India which was separated, from here onwards. Sometimes these injuries appear in the form of a war of 1948, 1965, 1972 and 1999, and then by trying to sabotage the soul of India by massacre of terrorists.
However, in the face of a face-to-face war, it has always been a cause of death, perhaps that is why the blood of innocents is shed by sending terrorists repeatedly from Pakistan’s soil.During These period of 70 years ,many heavy terror attack executed …
26/11 Mumbai terror attack :
This is the biggest terror attack ever happened in the country. The terror attack which began on the night of November 26, ended on November 29 with the elimination of all the terrorists besides Ajmal Amir Kasab. In fact, on 26th November, 10 suicide bombers were armed with weapons in Mumbai.After this the terrorists took possession of Nariman House, Hotel Taj and Hotel Oberoi. The terrorists also massacred at Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus. In this attack, 166 people were killed and 293 people were injured. The only terrorist Ajmal Amir Kasab was caught, who was fully executed after the legal process.
1993 Mumbai serial blasts:
Black Friday is also known in India’s history on 12 March 1993. On this day there were 12 explosions in different parts of Mumbai. In these serial blasts, 257 people were killed, while more than 700 were injured. Behind these blasts, underworld don Dawood Ibrahim and his D company had the hand.The blasts in these areas are located in the fishermen’s colony, Javari Bazar, Plaza Cinema, Century Bazar, Katha Bazar, Hotel Sea Rock, Sahar Airport Terminal, Air India Building, Hotel Juhu Centaur, Worli, Mumbai Stock Exchange Building.
2002 attack on Akshardham temple:
In the Akshardham temple premises in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, on September 24, 2002, the militants have done a very bad step. Two terrorists of Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed entered the temple premises and blew themselves of innocent people. Terrorists attacked people with automatic weapons and hand grenades. It killed 31 people, while 80 people were injured.NSG killed both militants on the second day. In connection with this attack, six accused were arrested later, though later all accused were acquitted of the charges by the Supreme Court.
2005 Delhi serial bomb blast:
Just two days before Deepawali, the serial bomb blast in Delhi on October 29, 2005, crushed the capital. The busy market of Sarojini Nagar and the main markets of Paharganj blasted many people. The third blast occurred at a DTC bus in Govindpuri. However, when the bus conductor saw the suspect, he immediately got the bus evacuated, the driver and the conductor’s sensation saved many lives. In all three blasts, 63 people were killed and more than 200 were injured.
2006 Mumbai train bang:
On July 11, 2006, there were 7 bomb blasts in local trains called Lifeline of Mumbai. The blasts took place at that time (in the evening 06: 24-06: 35) people were returning from the offices to the homes. Because of this, the number of dead in these blasts has also reached 210, while more than 700 people were injured. All the bomb trains were kept hidden in the pressure cooker in the first class coach.In these blasts, the terrorist organization named Mujahideen was the arm of the organization. Khar road – Shantakruj, Bandra-Khar road, Jogeshwari, Mahim junction, Mira road – Bhayandar, Matunga road – Mahim junction and Borivali were in the blast.
2008 bangalore blasts:
The capital of Rajasthan and Pink City, popularly known as Jaipur, on May 13, 2008, there were 9 bomb blasts in around 15 minutes around 7:30 pm. The terrorists planned to make Pink City red with these blasts and 63 people lost their lives while more than 200 were injured. The terrorists had kept 10 bombs and the 10th bomb was defused before recovered.This was the first terrorist attack of its kind in Jaipur and Indian Mujahideen took responsibility for these attacks. These bombs were kept on bicycles in large Chowpar, Manak Chowk, Police Station area, Johri Bazar, Tripoliya Bazar, Chhota Chowpad and Kotwali area.
2008 bang in Assam:
In Assam, on October 30, 2008, there were a total of 18 explosions in different areas. The terrorists had made a big conspiracy to paint the North Eastern state with blood. In these blasts, 81 people died and more than 4.500 people were injured. The blast took place in the afternoon and there was conspiracy to terrorize the areas surrounding Guwahati.The blasts took place in Pan Bazar, Fancy Bazar and Ganeshgudi in Guwahati, the state capital. Three blasts took place in Kokrajhar, while on Bongaigaon and Parpeta Road the terrorists played a bloody game. A bomb was placed in a car in Ganeshgudi and the explosion was just 100 meters away from the state government’s Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi’s official residence.
2001 attack on Indian Parliament :
The horrors of the terrorists have increased so much that they attacked the parliament building called the temple of democracy in India. On December 13, 2001, five terrorists of Pakistani terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed managed to enter Parliament complex with AK47, hand grenade and pistols. At the time of the attack there were about 100 politicians in the Parliament House. In the encounter, the militants killed the militants, but in this action, 6 policemen and the Parliament building had killed three workers.
Samjhauta Express Explosions :
The Samjhauta Express train, which strengthened the mutual relations between the citizens of India and Pakistan, has not been spared by the terrorists. The train, which runs for two days a week, was going from Lahore on February 18, 2007 to Lahore in Pakistan. The terrorists had planted bombs in two coaches of the train, which exploded near Panipat, about 80 km from Delhi. In these blasts, 68 people died, while dozens of people were injured.Most of the dead were Pakistani citizens. Abhinav Bharat organization was also blamed for these blasts and the allegations of blasphemy on Lashkar-e-Taiba were also accused.
Ajmer Dargah Explosion:
The famous religious site of the Muslims Ajmer Dargah was also targeted by the terrorists. On the evening of 11 October 2007, the terrorists carried out a powerful bombing near Ahata-i-Noor in the dargah of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti. Three people were killed in the blast, while 15 others were injured.For the blast, two remote bombs were planted in the dargah, but only one cracked, causing heavy casualties. It was a big thing to have an explosion on this dargah, with a system of security. In this blast, the needle of suspicion turned to Lashkar-e-Taiba. Although Sunil Joshi, Devendra Gupta and Bhavesh Patel were later blamed by the NIA court.