BARAK HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION COMMITTEE
OFFICE OF THE
Rongpur Part-iv (Near Uco Bank), Silchar - 9, Cachar (Assam)
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Statement of BHRPC on the Terror Attack on Mumbai
Barak Human Rights Protection Committee (BHRPC), a human rights organization based in Assam, expressesits shock and awe at the barbarity and sheer audacity of the terrorists who attacked Mumbai, the commercialcapital of India on 26 November, 2008 and killed more than 195 innocent people, inflicted injuries on about 375persons including police officers, security forces and armed forces. Each and every member of BHRPC empathizeswith the near and dear ones of those killed and martyred and wishes speedy recovery of those injured. BHRPCsalutes the dedication and spirit of fearlessness which drove the police and security force members to encounterthe ghastly death squads of terrorists to save the lives of people and eventually sacrificed their own lives andembraced martyrdom particularly by Maharashtra’s Anti-Terrorism Squad Chief Hemant Karkare, senior officersAshok Kamte, Vijay Salaskar, National Security Guard Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan and Havidar GajendraSingh and other members of police and security forces. BHRPC appreciates the professionalism, meticulous anddeliberate actions shown and taken by security forces which, it seems, are able to avoid collateral damage tosome extent.BHRPC condemns these dastardly insane cowardice acts of terrorists in the strongest possible terms. This is notonly an attack on the people of India but also an assault on the human civilization in the form of sophisticatedurban gorilla attack unseen in the world hencebefore. The persons engaged in the execution, it seems, are religiousfanatics by no means but trained in highly sophisticated modern urban warfare. The persons and organization/swho/which are involved in financing, planning, supplying logistics and actual execution of such heinous attackshave no respect for human existence, human values, human rights and they are the enemies of themselves.Undoubtedly they all should be brought to book and dealt with according to the law.The development of terrorism into such a form has become possible, BHRPC thinks, to some extent due to thepolitics of terror played in both international and national levels.The time has now come for the world leaders to stop the politics of terrorism, hate campaign and jingoism. Thehumanity is confronted with a very serious menace in the form of terrorism. It needs to be encountered seriously,
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Bellow is the text of Press Statement of BHRPC on theTerror Attack on Mumbai for immediate release.
Waliullah Ahmed LaskarLiaison Officer, BHRPCRongpur Part-IV, Silchar-9Assam, IndiaCell: +919401134314