TERRORISM IN INDIA
Terrorism in India has grown largely since independence, particularly in the last two decades. It has been feeding off the personnel sufferings by luring governments into actions that throw out hard-earned library of contemporary people. The area with long term terrorist action today is of Jammu Kashmir, Mumbai, Central India and Seven sister States. In the past, the Punjab mutiny led to militant activities in the Indian state Punjab as well as the national capital Delhi. Nevertheless, it was the March 12, 1993 serial bombing Bombay, which made all and sundry felt the faces of international terrorism India.
Terrorism is a criminal act. It is the acts of illegal violence and war. It is an organized system of threats and brutality especially for political purposes. It is an organized system of threats and brutality especially for political purposes. It is a bit fateful that India is facing aggression from our bordering countries. Pakistan since its formation has always harboured terrorist elements against India with the purpose of weakening the country. China, the Big Brother, supports Pakistan in their attempt to split India. India faces pressure from Bangladesh and from Sri Lanka in South. Since India has open-borders with Nepal, terrorist use Nepal as easy entry and exit points
There are many terrorist groups in India. India’s terrorism problem is explicit to Jammu and Kashmir. Hizhul Mujahideen, Lashkar-e-Toiba, Jaish-e-Mohammed, Harkatul-Mujahideen, Jamiat-ul-Mujahidheen etc are some of violence and want to coerce governments into agreements on certain issues.
There are many acts in India to stop terrorism. The National Agency Bill 2008, the Unlawful Activities Prevention Amendment act 2008, the prevention of Terrorism, Ordinance 2004,the prevention of Terrorism Act 2003,the protection of Human Right Act 1992,etc are some of them. However, the government is still lagging behind complementing strong and adequate measure to combat forward to control this threat.
Today terrorists are developing new methods of attack. They are improving the efficiency of existing methods also. The most dangerous fact is that they are becoming prominent as international influences in their own right.