New Delhi, Jul 27 (UNI) The Left Parties today called upon the central and state governments to work in coordination to thoroughly investigate the blasts in Bangalore and Ahmedabad during the past two days instead of blaming each other.
In separate statements issued here, the CPI(M) and CPI demanded stern action against the culprits.
The CPI(M) asked the government why it had failed to track down terrorists and nail them even after so many attacks in various parts of the country.
The CPI(M) Politburo, in a statement, also wanted to know the weaknesses in the intelligence set up, co-ordination with state governments and the steps required to be taken.
The CPI in a separate statement said the serial blasts which took place just a day after the Bangalore explosions, indicated an ''evil design'' to destabilise the country and disrupt social harmony.
Targeting common people is definitely to create scare and strife among the people, it said.
''Both the Union Government and respective state governments must work in coordination to have thorough investigation of these incidents instead of blaming each other. The culprits must be booked and punished without further delay,'' the CPI said in the statement.
The CPI(M), while strongly condemning the serial bomb blasts in Ahmedabad yesterday, said it was evident that terrorist network was bent upon destabilising the country and spreading communal discord.
It said the ''utterly diabolical'' nature of the attacks could be seen in the way bombs were exploded in two hospitals, including a trauma centre, hitting the most vulnerable.
''Coming just a day after the Bangalore bomb blasts and the earlier blasts in Jaipur, it is evident that the terrorist network is bent upon a course of destabilisation and causing communal discord in the country,'' the statement said.
The CPI(M), while expressing deep grief and condolences to the families of those killed in the blasts, called upon people to maintain calm and foil the designs of terrorists to create a communal divide in the country.
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