Let's Fight Terror Together
IDENTIFYING A TERRORIST
- By clothes unsuited for the time of year e.g. wearing a coat or jacket in the summer
- A person trying to blend with his surroundings by his dress and behaviour, though he doesn't belong to the group
- Anything protruding unnaturally under his clothings as these could be arms or explosives
IDENTIFYING A SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE
- Number plate looks 'improved' or mismatched (different front and back plates)
- A vehicle parked suspiciously for a prolonged period of time in a central place or in a no-parking area.
- The vehicle's rear part sags noticeably.
IN CASE YOU SUSPECT SOMETHING
- Call 100 at once, and give as many details aspossible about the suspect or vehicle.
- While giving information to the police on telephone number 100, try to keep an eye on the suspect or vehicle from a safe distance. Wait for the arrival of the police force.
DURING A TERRORIST ATTACK
- Leave the site immediately, move to an open space or a protected area
- Avoid as best you can, proximity to tall buildings, glass windows and vehicles. Obey police instructions.
AS SOON AS THE INCIDENT IS OVER
- If police have not arrived yet, call 100 immediately. Follow instructions of police and rescue teams.
- Do not form or join a crowd
- Leave the area immediately, there may be additional explosives planted around
- Make way for the rescue vehicles
- Observe your surroundings and report to the police immediately for any suspect or additional explosive charges.
- If you have any information that may help in apprehending suspects or locate a vehicle involved, report to the police
YOU CAN HELP
Delhi Police. Citizens First
I haven't felt so uneasy being in India. As a Canadian I have accepted people for people and don't differentiate by color, race or religion - just see people. Growing up in Saskatchewan in the Paris of the Prairies, Saskatoon, I was exposed to a certain level of racism. I was different, I had curly black hair, dark skin and a funny name. I got my fill of ignorant racist comments but nothing to the extent that I have recently been experiencing here in Delhi.
I have an expired visa for India, a new visa for Pakistan (the third in my passport) and I'm a Canadian that would be sent straight to the little room with the swinging light in the middle of the table swaying back and forth.
Let's just say I haven't seen a lot of Delhi since being here.