29 November 2008

securing India - action plan

After 3 days of panic insecurity anger and pain its time to think plan and act on ways to securing our India.
National security should be seen as every individual responsibility not only armed forces commander or police.

Each of us should be a catalyst, a protagonist in driving this to make our people secure against the terrorists or terrorism.

Its a call for all to be united irrespective of their religion,economic status or any other factor that kept them isolated from being one.

Software engineers should think of providing services in cyber intelligence while citizens watch report and update any suspect truly and responsibly.

After all its my call your call and our call to make this country secure ...

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