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December 13, 2001
1620 IST

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They hardly looked like terrorists: Witnesses

The strikingly fair clean-shaven bodies of the slain terrorists, which lay close to each other in a portico near the reception centre of the high-security Parliament building, hardly resembled that of dreaded terrorists.

One can hardly fathom that the tall boyish-looking terrorists could carry out such an audacious attack similar to the September 11 strikes in the US, eye-witnesses said.

A PTI correspondent who saw the bodies before being shooed away by the police, said the bodies resembled that of ordinary looking visitors.

"But for the alert para-military forces, they would have stormed the Central Hall and god only knows what would have happened," said a para-military personnel.

As scribes tried to look at the car used by the terrorists, Police Commissioner Ajai Raj Sharma vociferously shouted not to peep inside as the vehicle could even have a time bomb fitted in it.

PTI

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