Delhi Serial Blasts: Victims of 2008 Massacre Recount Horror

On 13 September 2008, Delhi was shook by 5 serial blasts that claimed the lives of at least 30 and injured over 100.

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(This story is being reposted from The Quint’s archives on the anniversary of the 2008 Delhi blasts. It was originally published on 13 September 2017.)

On 13 September 2008, Delhi was shaken by five serial blasts that claimed the lives of 30 persons and injured over a 100 others.

This was just three years after Sarojni Nagar was rocked by a bomb blast where several people died.

Karol Bagh’s Gaffar market, Connaught Place, and Greater Kailash’s M Block market came under the radar of terrorists.

At least 30 people died that fateful day, the horrors of which still haunt the families of the victims.

Quint Hindi spoke to such families where they revealed how life has changed nine years since the massacre.

Video Editor: Mohd Irshad Alam

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