Indian investigators on Wednesday combed through the twisted and torn wreckage of train cars ripped apart a day earlier by well co-ordinated bombings that killed 183 people and wounded hundreds during the city’s evening rush hour.
The Times of India reported Wednesday that Indian intelligence officials believe two shadowy groups, the Kashmiri militant group Lashkar-e-Tayyaba and the banned Students Islamic Movement of India, were responsible for the blasts. Both groups were blamed for a series of Mumbai bombings in 2003.
Tuesday’s attacks drew condemnation from around the world, and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said “terrorists” were behind the bombings, which he called “shocking and cowardly.”
India will not be restrained in its response by handwringing over "root causes," "racial sensitivity" or "civil rights." It understands all too well the nature of the problem and how to deal with it.
A lot of Kashmiri terrorists are going to end up in jail or dead, fast.
Would that our governing classes had the same ruthlessness.
Source: Toronto Star