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India fails to curb terrorism due to lack of coordination between centre and states
The recent twin bomb blasts in Hyderabad is a clear indication that the danger of terrorism is still there, and that Indians are still not secure as they were some years back. As of now, it is difficult to say which organization is behind these blasts and which people are involved in these incidents, but one thing is clear that some big terrorist organization is responsible for this, as it doesn't seem to be the work of a small and

The Union and the state governments are facing the criticism for failing to prevent this tragedy, and questions will certainly be asked. It is also clear that the geographical-political situation is such that it is almost impossible to not become target of terrorists. The world’s most dangerous area Af-Pak is our neigbour and India figures in the target list of dangerous organizations.

In such circumstances, it is very difficult to stop terrorism and economic and social imbalance. It is also true that we don’t have adequate means to deal with terrorism. Our security system which is normally weak and condemned cannot be retained to fight terrorism.

The first and foremost effective defense line to deal with terrorism is police, and in case this force is active and vigilant, only then it can stand before the terrorists. But the very unfortunate part is that no political party is interested to bring improvement in the working of the police because the weak police system could be easily used for the political benefits.  

A question was raised after the Delhi gang rape incident about the misuse of National Security Guards who are entrusted with the security of VVIPs. The police force is not available for the safety of common man, and the police force available lacks modern infra-structure to deal with any untoward incidents.

The National Investigating Agency (NIA) has become useless in the dispute between centre and state governments, and there is no coordination between various security agencies. It looks that the central and state governments are more concerned about the security of their constituencies than the security of the nation.

Common man becomes a target of terrorists because there are no security arrangements made for him. In case, all political parties keep aside their self interests and feel that it is their duty to provide security to common man, then such dangerous tragedies could be avoided.

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