Happy Diwali!

Diwali this year was good. The mood though was sombre.
2 days before there were blasts in the Delhi market at the busiest hours. More than 60 people died in the blasts. All innocent lives... :(

I wonder why kill innocent people? If the movement (or whatever the extremesists call it) kills innocent people, I don't see how you can get anybody to agree on what you want. The only thing that blasts did for the terrorist outfits was increased survillance and crackdown. Maybe you killed 60 people and in turn might face extinction. Why do it?

For now Delhi is back to business. I have not been to the blast site but saw numerous people checking on their families to make sure they are safe.

Diwali shopping was fine for my family who bought all the things that you buy during Diwali - sweets, flowers, utensils, crackers, decorative lights, gifts, dry fruits etc etc.

Delhi is back to business.

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Comments

Blasts such as these are not meant to achieve any political or military ends. People who carry out these acts are individuals burning with hatred wanting nothing more then to inflict damage on the (so called) enemy.

Good to know that New Delhi is back to business. I pray for the safety and well-being of each one of you. Happy Diwali!
Abby said…
Delhi wouldn't have succumbed to terrorism. We, the people, shall overcome. Rock On, Delhi...

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