Civil Liberties Monitoring Committee. India
Amberpet, Hyderabad, A.P. India 500013
Contact Nos: 09391051586, 09347853843 Fax No: 040-27427860
21st February 2013
Civil Liberties Monitoring Committee strongly condemns the blasts which took place in Dilsukh Nagar area of Hyderabad .It is an inhuman act and it should be seen as crime against humanity. This committee expresses its grief and conveys its solidarity with families of victims of these blasts. It is a matter of deep concern that state administration and its agencies completely failed to maintain law and order situation and to curb the anti social element who are involved in this blasts strike from time to time.
This Committee demands Govt. to investigate bomb blasts cases in fair manner by keeping in view all the angels so that real criminals should be brought to justice.
This Committee strongly believes that present political situation in Andhra Pradesh is so worst that any thing worst would have been expected. Whenever a political turmoil occur in congress party this kind of gruesome incidents do get crop up.
One thing can be said clearly that due to this blasts mind of general public is being diverted from the real important issues. Separate Telangana movement which was going to be started from 24th February by “Sadak bund” has suffered a big setback.
CLMC urged media to be sensitive in reporting the blasts, halt their self investigation and stop targeting particular community in their media room trail. CLMC strongly condemn irresponsible reporting of media quoting unnamed Intelligence sources’ jumping to conclusions. CLMC believe that this kind of reporting is also an act of terror which is aimed to targeting Muslim community.
Lateef Mohd khan
General Secretary. CLMC
- Live: At least 15 killed in two blasts in Hyderabad’s Dilsukh Nagar (ibnlive.in.com)
- 11 killed, scores injured in Hyderabad blasts (thehindu.com)
- Consecutive blasts hit India’s Hyderabad, 15 killed (thenewstribe.com)
February 22, 2013 at 3:36 am
The bomb blasts were carried out by cowards, and it doesn’t matter if they were green oor saffron, hindu or muslim. They have only one faith — cowardliness. Whether in Quetta or Lahore or Hyderabad or Mumbai or Srinagar, they are basically yellow cowards. Their religion is cowardice.