Na­tion Held Ran­som

Na­tion Held Ran­som Pur­ported bomb at­tacks on the pres­i­dent in the Mal­dives need to be curbed by other means rather than af­fect­ing the fun­da­men­tal rights of the peo­ple.

Southasia - - CONTENTS - By Lubna Jerar Naqvi

With an in­crease in ter­ror­ist at­tacks in the world, there are a num­ber of bombs ex­plod­ing all around that cause a lot of dam­age and loss of life. In the whole process, the very point of the at­tacks is of­ten lost some­where. It does hap­pen some­times that the per­pe­tra­tors of the crime them­selves own the at­tacks, stat­ing the rea­sons why they did it.

It has been seen that when there are chances of less dam­age by a planted bomb, prob­a­bly be­cause of good se­cu­rity, at­tacks are made by sui­cide bombers to en­sure max­i­mum dam­age. Even in planted bombs, the con­tent of ex­plo­sives is usu­ally high so that the num­ber of ca­su­al­ties rises and the

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