Completing 1 yr of 7/11

Today is 11th July. Last year this day played havoc in my beloved Mumbai city.Many people were get injured in train blasts.
But Hats off to Mubaikars and cheers to their spirit,The local people be it a taxiwallah, the slum people or co-passenger of other train all rushed and helped victims to get medical treatments or get their messages conveyed to victims loved onces.

The very next day started as if nothing was happened. The same rush to locals same hassle-bussle and lively raliway stations. It can not happen elsewhere in the world.

“Amachi Mumbai is the best.”

This post is tribute to those people who had suffered from life-threatening injuries and even lost their lives.May God bless them!

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3 thoughts on “Completing 1 yr of 7/11

  1. Tarun Chandel

    “The very next day started as if nothing was happened. The same rush to locals same hassle-bussle and lively raliway stations.”

    Is that why you are calling Mumbai the best??? I can see from where you are coming but isn’t this an attitude that we are accepting these heinous crimes as just another thing and moving on??? Regarding the people coming back to crowd the train, is there any alternative???

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  2. lalitkale Post author

    Hi Tarun!
    First of all I am sorry to reply you late.

    “but isn’t this an attitude that we are accepting these heinous crimes as just another thing and moving on??? Regarding the people coming back to crowd the train, is there any alternative???”

    Its not at all about accepting the way the terrorists activities as our part of our life.Its the attitude of Mumbaikar public to thrive of the attempt to dampen their lively spirit or more precisely the common people has defied the intent of terrorists.

    and regarding train problem the cause is population of India as a whole.I can at least suggest that the metro trains can be one possible step towards the solution. but it cant be complete solution…

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  3. Tarun Chandel

    “Defied the intent … ” by moving on?? I think moving on is the in thing … a girl is dragged on by some guys in Chembur … on lookers just move on … a girl is stabbed in the day light in Thane … people just move on …
    I know one thing that the families who suffered due the the attack are still waiting for justice and there is hardly any use in sitting and praising the crowd that just keep moving.

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