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Terror Threats: Don't jump to conclusion

Monday, September 20, 2010 08:25:31 AM, Aleem Faizee, ummid.com

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First it was the arrests in Pune Blast and now it is the firing taken place yesterday near the historic Jama Masjid and an e-mail reportedly sent by 'Indian Mujahideen'. These incidents are again used as a tool by a section to malign the Indian Muslims and create the hype in the manner infamously and regularly used till Hemant Karkare unearthed the hidden face of the terrorism that was described recently by Union Home Minister P Chidambaram as the danger of Saffron Terror.

 

What credibility does an e-mail has when it is a known fact that an e-mail ID can be created by anyone and by using whatever name - Muslim or non-Muslim, one intends to. Why can't those responsible of Saffron Terror cannot use such name to divert the attention and mislead the investigation, specially when the investigations in  had in the past a record of using Muslim outfits, Muslim caps and  

 

By jumping to the conclusion, we are only making it tough for the investigating agencies and threatening their credibility once again as we did in the past. We should not forget that the stand we had taken after the Malegaon blast, Hyderabad blast, Ajmer blast and Samjhouta Express blast ultimately proved mere fabrications after the investigations.

 

There is little doubt about the threat by the terror groups like Lashkare-Toiba and other such groups, for which the investigating agencies have enough evidence by now. However, one should not neglect the local threat that the country faces and pointed by none other than the Union Home Minister.

 

Moreover, the speculations in the media clearly lack credibility as a wast majority of civil society still is unsure of the creidibilty of the Batla House encounter and the claim that those killed in the encounter were indeed 'terrorists' belonging to 'Indian Mujahideen' or any other terror outfit. When such is the case, where is the question of taking revenge by the outfit - that also many in the country are not sure if they really exist or not. 

 

Haven't we seen in the past when e-mails were sent by Muslim names but they ultimately proven to be sent by someone else?
 

 

 

 


 

 

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