Hyderabad twin blasts: Blame game over intel inputs, IM under scanner
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But still we could gather some material that could help us in the probe," an Inspector General of Police, who was among the first to reach the spot last night, said.
Referring to the Hyderabad blasts, National Security Adviser Shivshankar Menon said there are different terrorist modules.
"They try and strike. We know some of them which we have to stop. This one got through," he said in Pune.
Beginning with Shinde, a host of leaders visited the scene of attack since this morning and also consoled injured persons undergoing treatment at various hospitals in the city.
The Kiran Kumar Reddy government, on the other hand, came under sharp attack from the Opposition for having failed to act on the intelligence inputs provided by the Centre on the possible terror strike. The government came up with its defence saying there was "no clarity" in the Centre's warning.
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