India blasts raise security questions
Government's failure to prevent yet another attack on the commercial capital sparks public anger.
Last Modified: 14 Jul 2011 19:03

Anger is mounting in India over the government's failure to prevent yet another series of attacks.

No one has claimed responsibility for the three blasts which left at least 17 people dead.

Now, serious questions are being asked, especially since India overhauled its security forces following the siege of Mumbai in 2008.

Al Jazeera's Prerna Suri reports from India's financial capital.

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