This RTI on terror attacks in India tells us a different tale

Terrorism in India, according to the Home Ministry, poses a significant threat to the people of India. Terrorism found in India includes ethno-nationalist terrorism, religious terrorism, left wing terrorism (red terrorism) and narco terrorism. The regions with long term terrorist activities have been Jammu & Kashmir, east-central and south-central India (Naxalism) and the Seven Sister States.

Media reports says and implicated terrorism in India to be sponsored by Pakistan, particularly through its Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI). United State of America, has also accused Pakistan of enabling and ignoring anti-India terrorist cells working on its soil.

Especially after Donald Trump took position as President of United States, terrorism sponsored by Pakistan is coming out more in open and getting exposed to the international community. President Trump has openly declared that only India, with the help of it’s world renowned Army can control a terrorist state like Pakistan.

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An RTI was filed by RTI activist Prafful Sarda on various KPI’s of terror attacks, which got a response today from home ministry. If we look at RTI revert from Home Ministry, it clearly says during UPA regime when Dr. Manmohan Singh was the Prime Minister of India, the country had maximum number of terror attacks, 26/11 was one of them.

But after Narendra Modi become the Prime Minister of India, only three such terror attacks have happened in the past three years. Irrespective of controversies “We are safe, and our country is safe” Home minister Rajnath Singh equally making efforts to make terror free India.

If you carefully look into the RTI response and details provided, the Home Ministry under Rajnath Singh has listed down carefully the terror attacks taken place during different time frames. The list includes causalities, number of terrorists killed and steps taken to reduce and nullify such attacks as a part of learning retrospective.