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To all those who are coming to visit India, I want to express my deepest condolences and sympathies. Since its inception, our Government has been one of the world’s finest. And not just in terms of its governance and infrastructure. Its people have been so caring, hospitable, empathetic, and accommodating. They always put us first, even when we could have done better.
But the recent spate of horrific terror attacks are a reminder of how vulnerable India is. Since the beginning, the US has been working with us to make sure that we have a system of intelligence-sharing, and that we have a system in place that keeps the country safe. It’s the same as the US has a system in place to detect and respond to threats.
India is a small country, and we are a country that is constantly changing around us. Our infrastructure has a long history, and that’s not a bad thing. But the recent spate of terror attacks are a reminder that our infrastructure is not a very good thing. We must have a better infrastructure.
How can we do that? We have to start with our intelligence agencies, and ensure that we have a system of intelligence-sharing. Otherwise we will be left behind in a rapidly changing world.
We need to learn a lot about the technology that we use, as it will help us better regulate our infrastructure. We need to have a system of intelligence-sharing to make sure we are able to keep our country safe. This system should be based on two basic principles: The first is that we will never give any country more power than we need to, and the second is that we will only give into threats that are absolutely real, and not a hoax.
India is a country where people are constantly getting attacked, bombed, and robbed. The government has an absolute sense of urgency. It is also a country where the government spends billions every year on security, and it is not a problem that is going to go away any time soon. As a result people are getting tired of the constant fear and insecurity. What they are looking for is the ability to feel safe, not the security of a state.
The latest incident of this type occurred in Chandigarh. A group of teenagers were attacked while taking part in a protest against the misuse of visas, and they were brutally murdered. There is a strong possibility that the attackers were trying to send a message. They were asking for help with their visa status. The government has made it very clear that police and security personnel will not leave anybody alone during protests, and it is not acceptable to use any weapon of violence.
As it turns out, the attackers are teenagers, and India has just banned the use of all forms of non-lethal weapons. So it appears as if the attackers used the same weapon for the assault on the activists, which is a very dangerous thing to do. But with the ban, there is a great likelihood that this will now never happen again. Not only is it a very dangerous thing to do, but it is also the beginning of the end of the use of lethal weapons in India.
According to the latest press reports, the attackers are probably students at a local college, whose assault would not have happened had they not been under the age of 18. The police are now investigating it as an assault. We’ll keep you updated on any new developments.
I agree. The idea that an individual is allowed to be killed for whatever reason seems ridiculous. As a result, the government is now banning “invasion” of a country’s population and only allowing the local residents to kill a person. Perhaps it is the only way to combat this. But even those who support this ban are out of luck. The reality is that we have a huge population of dead, infected, and dying people.