New Delhi: Mocking at Congress General
Secretary Rahul Gandhi for his statement that 99 per cent of
terror acts had been prevented by the UPA government, BJP on Saturday sought the details of the attacks foiled.
"We don`t want to get into a diatribe on the blasts but
wish that all those guilty of the act should be punished. But
we would like to ask Rahul Gandhi on what basis is he saying
that 99 per cent attacks have been prevented. He should give
details of the attacks which were foiled," BJP spokesperson
Prakash Javadekar said.
He also held the government, especially the police,
responsible for the slow pace of trial in courts and for
failing to bring the culprits to book.
"In the last 18 years, there have been 16 terrorist
attacks in the country. Of these, in four cases the courts
have taken a decision but the matter was appealed in a higher
court. Another four cases are pending in courts while no
breakthrough or arrests have been made in the remaining
eight," Javadekar claimed.
He pointed out that the German Bakery blast in Pune
is one such example of police being clueless as to who all
were involved in the case.