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To


The High Commissioner/ Dy. High Commissioner,


HIGH COMMISSION OF INDIA


3-5, Moonah Place, Yarralumla,


ACT


Australia





Sub: - Appeal to the Indian Government to combat Terrorism





Dear Sir/Madam,





We, the people of Indian origin who have been residing in Australia for the past few years, have been deeply pained by the recent tragic bombings in Mumbai. We are also aware that these incidents have been occurring too very frequently with too many innocent lives being lost. Some of the incidents that have occurred in India in the recent past are





1. October 29, 2005 - 67 people were killed and 224 injured in serial bombings in a major Delhi market on the eve of Diwali.


2. December 29, 2005 - Professor M C Puri, Professor Emeritus in the Mathematics Department of IIT, Delhi was killed on the campus of IISc, Bangalore. Several other scientists were critically injured in that terrorist attack.


3. March 7, 2006 - At least 20 persons were killed and over 101 injured when two blasts rocked Varanasi. The first blast took place at the Sankat Mochan Hanuman temple, the second at the Varanasi railway station.


4. April 30, 2006: 19 Hindus killed in remote villages of Panjdobi and Thava in Doda district of Jammu and Kashmir.





These events should not occur in Independent India. The best tribute we as Indians can offer to our noble freedom fighters and to our ancient dharma is to rid the nation of the cancer of terrorism and restore peace, security and prosperity on our soil.





We urge the Indian government to act tough against the terrorists and other groups that might be sheltering and morally supporting these terrorists on Indian soil. Terrorist training camps in Indias neighbourhood also need to be destroyed. We could enlist the support of friendly neighbours such as Thailand who have been recently affected by terrorist attacks, in our combat against this deadly scourge. We have a duty to protect ourselves and help our neighboring countries to combat terrorism, which seems to be spreading like a pandemic.





If the Indian government does not initiate urgent steps to identify and uproot these extremist elements from India and her neighbourhood, the people of India, for generations to come, will have to endure this brutality and violence. Young Indians would then demand answers of their ancestors as to why timely and decisive action was not taken just as we wonder today why the state of Jammu and Kashmir is not a safe, secure and an integral part of India like any other Indian state. More immediate consequences of terrorism might be a decline in Foreign and NRI investments in India which will only add to unemployment, poverty and the consequent social unrest.





Vande Mataram.


Jai Hind.


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