It is a serious issue that the Delhi Police probing into the terror attack on Israeli embassy car has made no headway in the case. The way Delhi Police is perturbed after new evidences emerged in the probe suggests that they are not making any progress in the case. It can be gauged from the fact that the investigators earlier claimed that the bomber’s bike was red in colour and now they are searching for black motorcycle. Similarly, earlier the suspicion needle revolved around Indian Mujahideen but now they suspect the role of an organization named Popular Front of India for carrying out the blast. It is extremely important to crack the case at the earliest as it is an example of a new kind of terror attack in the country, and secondly it has an international aspect as well. Following which several countries are keeping an eye on India. The western countries are laying thrust on the allegations of Israel that Iran is responsible for the blast. Besides, they are also mounting pressure on India to isolate Iran. India can manage to resist the pressure only if they are able to identify the real culprits. However, at present there is no progress in the case. If the investigators fail to identify the real culprits responsible for the attack, then not only India’s credibility gets a jolt but also embolden the militant outfit active in the country.

This terror attack clearly indicates that terrorists are getting increasingly active in the country. If foreign powers, other than those who have been terrorizing the country have executed the recent car blast then it is clear that insurgents have found loopholes and could easily breach the security system of country. The evidences of weak security system has already been witnessed earlier and considering this it cannot be overlooked that investigative agencies have failed to solve the mystery of terror attacks in Delhi, Mumbai and other cities. It is not a good sign especially at a time when there has been a spurt in the militant activities and the country is perplexed on the ways to counter terrorism. The rift between the Union government and the state governments over National Counter Terrorism Centre (NCTC) suggests that despite facing several terrorist attacks, India has not been able to form consensus over ways to tackle the crisis. It is also not hidden that India has adopted lackadaisical approach in punishing the arrested terrorists. Though the country cannot take action against the militants operating from across the border but it can easily tighten the noose around those who are carrying out terror activities from within the boundaries of the country.