Amid sharp attack from Opposition as well as SP and DMK, Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde has made his entry in Parliament with assurance that the government is seriously working to tackle terrorism.
FIR over the twin blasts connections has been filed and the Centre has assured to take strong steps in the matter as National Investigation Agency (NIA) teams are investigating the matter, finding evidence of ammonia and timer devices used in Blasts.
Sources said that 5 sleeper cells have involved in carrying out the twin blasts in Hyderabad and a investigating team will soon head to Darbhanga (Bihar) in search of evidence.
The government would not be slack in cracking the case, putting all its efforts, but the support from Opposition was crucial in controlling the menace, Shinde said, adding that there is need to set up NCTC but objections are more, lead to failure.
Condemning Hyderabad Twin Blasts, Shiv Sena came against government’s totally disappointing act over prevention of blasts, calling it attack on India, a failure of the Centre.
Thursday evening, Twin blasts rocked Hyderabad’s Dilsukh Nagar killed 16 people and over 100 injured, and the Centre had intelligence inputs about a terror strike from Lashkar-e-Toiba and Indian Mujahiddin, but failed to prevent it.
Being disappoint for not taking IB inputs seriously, Shinde said, “Intelligence reports are often taken lightly because the reports that go say things like, ‘stay alert for the next ten days’.”
Meanwhile, high alert has been sounded along India’s borders with other countries, following the blasts at Hyderabad, Director General of Border Security Force (BSF) Subhash Joshi told reporters.