PM's Hyd visit: After healing touch, time to end terrorism

Hyd Blasts
Hyderabad, Feb 25: On Sunday, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh visited Hyderabad blast sites and met the injured at hospitals. The Prime Minister assured all necessary help to the victims and their family members. Enough of compensation and healing touch our leaders have given to victims of terror attacks in the country.

Now, it is high time to end terrorism and terror attacks from the country. Otherwise, incidents like Hyderabad blasts are surely going to rock the nation again. The twin blasts on Thursday killed 16 people and injured around 120 people.

The Prime Minister met the injured at hospital.

Before meeting the injured, Singh first visited Dilsukhnagar, where the blasts took place. He was accompanied by Governor E.S.L. Narasimhan, Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy, DGP V. Dinesh Reddy, senior politicians and police officers.

"I've come to share the grief of the people. I express condolences to the families of the bereaved and wish speedy recovery for the injured," the PM said.

"We will take care of you," Singh told Rajitha, a blast victim in who is being treated at Hyderabad's Yashoda Hospital.

"I am happy that the people of Hyderabad have refused to be provoked by this nefarious incident," PM said.

"He was very motivating and spoke to the relatives of the patients, consoled them and promised that the state government was doing the best for them," said a doctor at a hopsital, where PM visited.

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