India lenient against terror accused: Army Chief
New Delhi, Nov 4: In an outburst against the country's leniency in dealing with terror attacks, Indian Army Chief General Deepak Kapoor has said that India has repeatedly allowed those behind the terror attacks to escape on Wednesday, Nov 4.
Stating that India cannot afford another 26/11, he said," The USA has not allowed a second 9/11, Indonesia has not allowed a second Bali. But India has allowed those behind 2001 Parliament attack, Delhi blasts and Mumbai terror attack to get away."
Emphasising the need for network centricity for better intelligence sharing and gathering, the army chief said that it would help security agencies to take swift action.
The Army Chief's statement in a seminar on Network Centricity and National Security organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) came after his declaration that India is ready to face Taliban attack.