We’re under attack

59 hours of terror to tear Mumbai apart, by well planned terrorist is now over. Our brave elite commandos and soldiers have eliminated those cowered sons of bitc*** who killed each and everyone that came in front of them with Bullets and Grenades.

We will not be afraid, we will fight and we will win. That’s my message for terrorists

I salute those Mumbai heroes who sacrificed their life to save ours


Hemant Karkare,  Ashok Kamte and Vijay Salaskar

It all started for me on Wednesday night 10:41 PM when i kept getting calls incessantly, on answering it was my friend Imran who screamed on the other end “Counter Strike on Aaj Tak” first I thought it was a gang war like everyone else but then the news channel soon showed the horrific laughing face of terror.

Highly motivated Terrorist using sophisticated weapons and grenades orchestrated a well planned attack on Mumbai. Gunmen came through sea in a speed boat, knew the target areas very well. They also used Google maps extensively. It was a whole new kind of attack which was unheard of.

Our poor Mumbai police with 30 years old revolver and archaic bullet proof jackets were just not good enough to battle against these terrorist, but then they did not run away, they fought with courage and whatever ammunition they had and saved many lives without thinking about their own

I will not go further in what and how it all happened but, over 195 died and 300 injured, I am just wondering how much more blood does our government wants before they take strong steps to make our Mumbai safe

I have gathered some pictures of Mumbai attacks from the World Wide Web

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The government is giving money and homes to the families of all those who lost their lives but it will never ever heal the pain of losing their loved ones

This really pissed me off, Just look at what our Maharashtra home minister has to say when he was asked that the terror strike on Mumbai was intelligence failure. Mr Patil replied in Hindi :

“Aisa nahi hai. Itne bade shahar mein chhota hadsa ho jata hai. To total failure nahi hai. (It’s not a failure small incident such as this do happen in big cities.)”

I’m feeling really angry and hopeless right now, I pray for all those who lost their lives

Long Live India!.

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4 Comments

  1. Imran Mirza December 1, 2008 at 1:56 pm

    Mr. R R Patil can only flex his muscles on bar girls who are trying to earn a livelihood.

    He resigned, probably under pressure from the party. How is it any good? I am sure they will find someone equally incompetent to replace him.

    “Meet the new boss, same as the old boss. We don’t get fooled again…!”

  2. Nikhil Joshi December 2, 2008 at 1:08 am

    Dude! the loser is resting in peace, two losers lost their jobs, actually I think, whole cabinet should have resigned for us to rest in peace.
    You dont need to worry , you have a desi commando sitting in your office!!

  3. Tim December 7, 2008 at 11:14 am

    I just ran accross your blog and am impressed. Keep up the good work.

  4. shawn October 12, 2010 at 4:25 am

    Nice post sam..Very few put stuff like this up

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