As the terror attacks and their aftermath play out in Mumbai and on the TV networks, the usual questions are making the rounds in Bengaluru.
Citizens around the country are going through a mix of reactions. They range from shock to worry to frustration to angst to numbness and to even a desperation to look away and move on.
The attacks have again pointed out how easy it is to plan, penetrate, set up, and launch such offensives in Indian cities. That worry isn’t about to go away soon.
Developments: Prakruthi, a citizens group becoming known for rejuvenating the Cubbon Park bandstand, is inviting people to stand united with Mumbaikars in crisis. They plan to light 500 candles at 6.30 PM on 30th November at the bandstand.
Vimochana, a city-based NGO along with likeminded organisations has planned a public expression of anguish and solidarity at Mahatma Gandhi Statue, MG Road on 29th November, 11 AM to 12 PM. ⊕