10 Terrorist Attacks in India

Once again terrorist targeted India, now this time it was Pune. The IT hub for all software companies. Attacks occurred at German bakery one of frequently visiting place of foreigners. Mumbai has been the most preferred target for most terrorist organizations, primarily the separatist forces from Pakistan. Terrorist attacks in Jammu & Kashmir are always in news, peoples of J&K valleys are living under the terror.

Germen Bakery Bomb Blast -Koregaon Park Pune: On the 13th February 2010, Once again India is targeted by terrorist, there was a bomb blast at German bakery Karegaon Park pune, that killed 8 peoples and around 50 peoples were injured. This is the first time green city pune is get targeted by the terrorist, but according to intelligence of India pune was in radar of terrorist. Bomb blast incident has been occurred at German Bakery near to Osho Ashram and Jewish prayer center. Osho ashram is very known place in pune, where lot of foreigners visit frequently. The blast occurred when a waiter try to open an unidentified bag in the bakery. The main reason behind the blast is to harm foreigners. IED (Improvised explosive device) was used in the bomb blast.

Mumbai Terrorist Attack: Begin on 26 November 2008 and lasted until 29 November, killing at least 173 people including at least 22 foreigners and wounding at least 308. It was the Biggest terrorist attack in the world ever. Mumbai the dream city, The city who never sleep was attack by some Pakistani terrorist form multiple sites. Attacks occurred in Mumbai: at Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, The Oberoi Trident, The Taj Mahal Palace, Leopold Cafe, Cama Hospital, Jewish-owned Nariman House. Around 200 hostages are rescued. Ajmal Kasab the only attacker who was captured alive, disclosed that the attackers were members of Lashkar-e-Taiba, the Pakistan-based militant organization.

Bangalore Serial Blasts: July 25, 2008 Bangalore serial blasts occurred in Bangalore, India. A series of nine bombs exploded in which two people were killed and 20 injured. According to the Bangalore city police, the blasts were caused by low-intensity crude bombs triggered by timers. Bangalore is the information technology hub of India with more than 40% of the country’s IT and software industry based there.

Jaipur Bombings: 13 May 2008 A series of bomb blasts has claimed at least 80 lives in a popular tourist district of the city of Jaipur in north India. Jaipur the capital city of the royal Indian state of Rajasthan, and a popular tourist destination also know as pink city turned into red on day of blast. This was the first time terrorists had targeted Jaipur, India’s tenth largest city and one of its most popular tourist destinations.

Mumbai Train Bombings: 11 July 2006 Again Mumbai, Now this terrorist target the life line of Mumbai, local trains.There were a series of seven bomb blasts that took place over a period of 11 minutes on the suburban railway in Mumbai, 209 people lost their lives and over 700 were injured. The bomb were set off in pressure cookers, in lunch boxes and placed in trains.

Malegaon Blasts: 8 September 2006 were a series of bomb blasts that took place on 8 September 2006 in Malegaon, a town in the Nashik district of the Indian state of Maharashtra.The explosions, which caused the deaths of at least 37 people and injured over 125 more, took place in a Muslim cemetery, adjacent to a mosque, at around 13:15 local time after Friday prayers on the Shab e Bara’at holy day. Most of the blast victims were Muslim pilgrims. Security forces spoke of two bombs attached to bicycles, but other reports indicated that three devices had exploded.

Varanasi Bombings: 7 March 2006 A series of blasts occurred across the Hindu holy city of Varanasi on 7 March 2006. Fifteen people are reported to have been killed and as many as 101 others were injured. No-one has accepted responsibility for the attacks, but it is speculated that the bombings were carried out in retaliation of the arrest of a Lashkar-e-Toiba agent in Varanasi earlier in February 2006.

Ram Janmabhoomi Attack -Ayodhya: On July 5, 2005 The long simmering Ayodhya crisis finally culminated in a terrorist attack on the site of the 16th century Babri Masjid -Demolished Ancient Masjid in Ayodhya on 5 July 2005. Following the two-hour gunfight between Lashkar-e-Toiba terrorists based in Pakistan and Indian police, in which six terrorists were killed, opposition parties called for a nationwide strike with the country’s leaders condemning the attack, believed to have been masterminded by dawood ibrahim.

Delhi Serial Bombings: The 29 October 2005 Delhi bombings occurred in India, killing 62 people and injuring at least 210 in three explosions at three different places. The bombings came only two days before the important festival of Diwali.The first blast took place in the main bazaar of Paharganj, second blast took place near a bus in Govindpuri area and within minutes of the second third explosion took place in south Delhi’s busy Sarojini Nagar market.

Indian Parliament Attack: On 13 December 2001 terrorist target the parliament of India, Five terrorist entered parliament premises in a car through the VIP gate and killed 9 policemen and parliament staffers. After the gunfire of 45 minutes all five terrorist were killed by staff forces and identified as Pakistani nationals. Mohammad Afzal who is convicted of being part of conspiracy is now sentenced to death by Indian court. He was to be hanged on 20 October but the sentence has been stayed.

Once again terrorist targeted India and this time its Hyderabad, A series of Powerful explosion in a crowded area reported near a bus stand in Dilsukh Nagar of Hyderabad on 21 Feb 2013 resulting 9 killed and many causalities.