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'Laziness cost lives'
Coming down heavily on delays in informing police and "laziness", Satyapal Singh, who was earlier Commissioner of Police, Pune, used case studies like the February 2010 German bakery blast to educate the youth on concepts like "remaining alert is our religion". Narrating the sequence that led to the blast, he added that the police had forewarned the management thrice through letters of the threat perception due to their foreign clientele. "The bag remained in the bakery for 86 minutes without anyone active on it. The waiter informed the manager that there is an unclaimed bag 20 minutes before it exploded, with no one informing the police. That is laziness and it cost lives."
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