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    June 30, 2004

    With the J & K police announcing that they have busted a Lashkar-e-Toiba network which planned to attack the Bombay Stock Exchange, it seems like the security establishment has made significant progress in the war against the terrorists in the last year or so. However they need to ensure that no aspersions are cast on whether the killings were fake encounters. I'm not saying all killings in J & K [or indeed in any other sensitive area] are fake, but the past history certainly doesn't convince me that there're no fake encounters.

    Rambled @ 1:26 PM

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    Agree totally that encounters are much abused.

    But the politically correct media has a propensity to immediately pillory the security forces and completely exonerate the terrorists. Why jump to such conclusions?

    By Blogger Nitin (Jun 30, 2004, 3:29:00 PM)  

    I'd prefer if you posted comments with your real name to add more credibility to your opinions. Obviously comments containing offensive and unsuitable language will be deleted. The opinions in the comments are your own views. You are welcome to provide a URL to your own blog, especially if it discusses issues you find here.

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