Delhi Blast: Industry captains take to Twitter

The business fraternity reacts to the Delhi High Court blast, the second outside the institution in four months.

FP Staff September 07, 2011 12:22:43 IST
Delhi Blast: Industry captains take to Twitter

Reactions from business chiefs began flowing in within a few hours of the blast outside gate number 5 of the Delhi High Court that has so far claimed 9 lives and left 45 injured. Twitter reactions:

Kiran Mazumdar Shaw

@kiranshaw:Why can't our intelligence pick up trails of terrorist plots - surely there is a way to intercept mobile calls - hope suitcase has DNA trace

Delhi Blast Industry captains take to Twitter

Kiran Majumdar Shaw. Reuters

Its about time our Intelligence agencies work with other international agencies in US/ UK which have managed to prevent terrorist attacks

Anand Mahindra

@anandmahindra:What is the situation at the Delhi High Court after the blast. Who has claimed responsibility?

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