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PM seeks details of Mumbai blasts

Tara Shankar Sahay in New Delhi | August 25, 2003 16:09 IST
Last Updated: August 25, 2003 18:10 IST


Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee has sought details of Monday's bomb blasts in south Mumbai, a senior official in the PMO's said.

There was no word from Deputy Prime Minister Lal Kishenchad Advani's North Block office, who is also awaiting details of the blasts.

"At present, there is a lot of confusion in Mumbai and even police officials are playing it safe and saying facts would emerge after some cursory investigation," the official said.

Investors in Delhi were concerned about the drastic fall in the Sensex following the blasts.

Addressing reporters after a meeting of BJP leaders at the prime minister's residence, party spokesman V K Malhotra condemned the blasts and said, "There have been several blasts (in Mumbai) of late. It's time the state government did something about it."

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Sub: News Item for Rediff in response to blasts

This is a news item which rediff and all other dailes can use without waiting for tommorow. PM Vajpayee has expressed condolence for the families ...


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Sub: Now Mumbai is more dangerous than Kashmir.

My condolences to all the innocent peoples of Mumbai who lost their lives in the today's bomb blasts. Will Central Government take this matter seriously ...


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Pakisthanis should realize that before independence they were also indians .(If they would have involved in this bombblast)


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Drastic steps should be taken to the criminals, who ever is involved in the blast.


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Heartfelt condolences to the family members of the Mumbai blast victims. I condemn in strongest terms the perpetrators of this dastardly act. Raashid Saudi Arabia ...


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