Shah Mehmud Qureshi

The wounded was transferred to several hospitals of the city and the security forces are investigating happened, while the authorities have declared the maximum alert status. Frequent attacks the terrorist actions by means of explosions in series are not infrequent in India and own Bombay has been object of great attacks in the past. The last one of them happened between 26 and 29 of November of 2008, when a commando of ten terrorists attacked diverse objectives like hotels of luxury, a station of trains or a center of Jewish prayer, and caused the death of at least 166 people. That one attack was attributed by the Indian authorities to the group ' Lashkar-e-Toiba' (LeT), with base in Pakistan, and it both brought about a cooling of the relations between neighboring countries. Shortly after the attack of this Wednesday, the paquistan Government condemned in an official notice the action and expressed his condolencias to the Indian authorities by " the loss of lives, the wounded and the damage to propiedades". The attack hardly arrives two weeks before the paquistan vice-minister of Exteriors, Hina Rabbani Khar, visits next the 26 of July India. governments of these two countries decided at the beginning of year to resume a process of formal dialogue " on all the asuntos" similar to that they had maintained until the terrorist assault of 2008 in Bombay, when this he was interrupted. In that one occasion also an approach between the diplomacies of both countries was taking place and the then holder of Exteriors of Pakistan, Shah Mehmud Qureshi, was of visit in India. At the moment no group has vindicated the action, although some police sources have aimed like possible people in charge of the attack at Lashkar-e-Toiba and Indian Mujahideen, something habitual in these cases. Source of the news: At least 21 died and more than 100 hurt in a chain of terrorist attacks in Bombay


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