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Mumbai Bomb Attack, at least 21 Killed

Latest Breaking News: Mumbai Bomb Attack, at least 21 Killed > Three Bombs attacks in the busy area of Mumbai on Wednesday and killed twenty one peoples and above 100 wounded, Source reported, July 14, 2011.

bomb explosion in the Dadar area of Mumbai

bomb explosion in the Dadar area of Mumbai - Reuters






According to the source story, the toll death reached at least 21 and 100 peoples got injuries. Home Minister Palaniappan Chidambaram also said “terrorists” were to blame.


“The blast took place at about 1315 GMT within minutes of each other. Consequently, we gather that this was a coordinated attack by terrorists,” Chidambaram told reporters.


At least one car and a motorbike were used in the coordinated attacks believed to have used improvised explosive devices, officials said.


“This tactic is much more in line with those used by more amateurish groups such as the Indian Mujahideen who have targeted crowded urban areas before,” Stratfor, a strategic affair think tank, said in a statement.


Television images showed blaring ambulances rescued the injured people at one of the attack sites.


President of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister of Pakistan Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has condemned on the Mumbai Bombs attack on Wednesday.


Indian Home Ministry confirmed three blasts in the city.

Edit by E Pakistan News Staff Member.


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