Wed, Jul 01, 2015, 11:59 PM
The 2008 attack on Delhi was as dreadful as any other terror activity and it posed threat and raised questions on very security of normal life. Many innocents have paid their prices for this lapse on security watch and it is still afresh in every Indian citizen's memory. A young man who saved several lives in 2008 by detecting a live bomb is now forced to live on streets of the national capital. On September 13, 2008, five synchronised blasts rocked Delhi in which 63 people were killed. But the death toll could have been much higher had the young man not identified the bombers and detected a live bomb.