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J&K group claims responsibility for Delhi blasts

October 30, 2005 14:56 IST

A hitherto unknown militant outfit, Inquilab group,claimed responsibility on Sunday for the three serial blasts that ripped through the capital, killing 61 and injuring nearly 200 people.

A caller identifying himself as Ahmad Yaar Gaznavi, a spokesman of Inquilab group, claimed that the activists of the outfit had carried out the bomb explosions in Delhi. "Our activists are involved in the three explosions", he said, adding that it was in response to the activities of Indian security forces in Jammu and Kashmir.



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Sub: Delhi Blasts

This is the time to think how such future occurences can be prevented. What should the Congress govt do to portray a picture capable that ...


Posted by netizen





Sub: They don't need our sympathy anymore

So, the kashmiris (militants) had again spoken, that too against our security forces who had just helped them in the most needed time of Earthquake. ...


Posted by Kunal





Sub: Millitants or terrorists

It is sad to note that your site is referring to these terrorists as millitants. It is totally disgraceful to the families of victims that ...


Posted by sudarshan





Sub: killing innocent people in the name of GOD

Delhi blasts.. shame to see so many people dead and who ever did it are real cowards who donot respect themeselves nor in their religion ...


Posted by joshi




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