The intelligence wing of the government deserves appreciation for capturing Abdul Karim Tunda, a close associate of terror elements in Pakistan. Now begins the vigil. Will there be a quick judgment?

Karavadi Raghava Rao, Vijayawada

The disapproving reaction of the younger brother of Tunda (“‘I never knew what he was up to’,” Aug.18) is noteworthy for more than one reason. That he has no plans to see Tunda is significant. More important, his answer to a question what he would ask him if he did meet him is laudable. In fact, it is this question which begs an answer as it is obvious that nothing has been achieved by all terrorist acts except the spilling of blood and misery.

S. Rajagopalan, Chennai

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