Terror attacks in India, excluding J&K and N-E, killed 864 civilians, 29 security men from 2004 to 2018

A total of 864 civilians and 29 personnel of security forces were killed in 47 terror attacks witnessed from 2004 till last year in the country, excluding Jammu and Kashmir and North East, as also the incidents of Left Wing extremism.

At least 3,202 civilians and 44 security personnel were injured in these incidents, according to the Union Home Ministry figures. The details show that the maximum number of 9 terror incidents took place in the year 2008 in which 306 civilians and 18 security forces personnel were killed and 833 civilians were injured.

Though the breakup of these incidents was not provided, the incidents and casualties included the November 26, 2008 multiple terror attacks in Mumbai in which 166 civilians and security personnel were killed and over 300 were wounded. Read More

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