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Saturday, 16 July 2011

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Quote-Unquote on Rahul Baba’s remarks that all terror attacks can’t be prevented… Updated

Senior BJP Leader L.K. Advani said Rahul Baba and the government could learn valuable lessons from how the United States had handled its security situation after 9/11. "As far as I know, nothing has happened in America since 9/11 despite them being the No 1 enemy of the jihadis," he said.

BJP Leader Arun Jaitley said "Congress wants to bring in a communal violence bill, but they don't want to do anything to bring back TADA saying one community was being targeted."

Uttar Pradesh chief minister Mayawati criticised Rahul for his comments, saying they were “unfortunate and irresponsible” and could demoralise people. Comparing the Mumbai blasts with the situation in Afghanistan was improper, she said.

Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut said, “Rahul does not leave a single chance to insult Mumbai. When he says the terror attacks will continue to happen, it shows that he is not fit to live in India.”

"Blasts happen in Afghanistan, in Iraq, everywhere. We should also note how many blasts have been averted by the government," Rahul Gandhi said.

"Blasts happen everywhere, but we are better than Pakistan," Digvijay Singh said.

"The incident (in Mumbai) is very unfortunate... A terrorist has to be right only once out of thousands of times but the security forces and the government have to be correct right all the time. Sometimes that always does not happen... Rahul Gandhi said this evident truth," Congress spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi said here while answering queries.

Singhvi said Gandhi said something "universally known and commonsensical" and called upon the media not to sensationalise it.

Singhvi said Gandhi said something "universally known and commonsensical" and called upon the media not to sensationalise it.

Opposition parties criticised Gandhi for his remark, saying it would demoralise Indians and showed a careless attitude on the part of the Congress leader.

Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), an ally of the Congress, also said that metro cities posed their own security problems due to their size but that cannot be seen as a permanent disability.

"We can't look at it as a permanent disability," party leader Praful Patel said.

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