Terrorist attacks Gursadpur in Punjab; Terrorist attacks on IndiaPurushothaman (Author) Published Date : Jul 28, 2015 04:48 IST National News
On Monday 27th July 2015, terrorist attacked Gursadpur police station where 5 police men severely injured.
The officials say that terrorist came by Maruti 800 from Dinanagar bypass. They fired on the bus where few people injured at 5.00 am.
Then they targeted health care center nearby the police station and the building where police personal residue. After that they entered police station and fired. Five police men are severely injured in that attack.
This incident took place close to the Indo-Pakistan border and 80 km away from Amritsar.
Terrorist Killed 9 persons in this attack including the Police commissioner. After the long gun battle 3 terrorist shot death.
The Bus driver cleverness saved many lives on the bus. He did not stop the bus when he saw 3 terrorists with guns and face covered standing on the road. It only injured 4 people in the bus. He stopped the bus at the Gursadpur Hospital for the treatment of the injured passengers.
In this terrorist attack seven were death 4 policemen including Superintendent of Police and 3 civilians.
This incident brought India to act on strengthening the securities in the border. Many question were arised from this incident. Why and what is the purpose to the attack Is terrorists planned for the bigger one Which organization is responsible for the attack Does it have any connection in Yakub Memon hanging Investigation is going on and hopes we get the answer soon.
Terrorist attacks on India
For past 3 decades the terrors attacked many places in India. In 1987 and in 1991 Punjab faced the terrorist killings that killed 30 in former and 90 in the later, many people were severely injured.
In 1993, Mumbai bombings killed 259 and more than 700 people injured.
In 1998 Coimbatore bombings killed at least 60 and injured more than 200 people.
In 2002, Bihar train disaster killed 130 and 300 injured.
In 2005 Delhi bombing, 3 serial blasts killed 70 people and injured more than 250.
In 2006 Mumbai bombing, 7 train blasts killed more than 200 people and 500 injured.
In 2007 Samjhauta train bombing, killed 68 people and many injured.
In 2008 Delhi bombing, killed 33 in 5 bomb blasts and 130 injured.
In 2008 Jaipur bombing, 9 bomb blasts killed 63 and more than 200 injured.
In 2008 Mumbai attacks killed 171 and injured 239.
In 2008 Assam attacks killed 80 and 300 injured.