Was the shifting of the semifinal venue a smart move?

@anuraa32 (2452)
India
April 19, 2010 11:43am CST
Two low intensity blasts at the chinaswamy stadium and we have to shift the game to mumbai. How is it that these people who do these outrageous acts end up dictating what happens where. Should we have taken them on, taken their bluff and played on in bangalore with more intensified security. To let them know that they do not have an effect on us. Or is it okay to keep shifting venues everytime such things happen.
3 responses
@beachdune (908)
• India
21 Apr 10
There can be no gaurentee that there will be no such problem in Mumbai. I feel that it would be best to hold the matches in Bangalore with a tighter security.
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@anuraa32 (2452)
• India
21 Apr 10
That was my initial reaction and that is what I still believe. Thanks for the response.
@victiego (48)
• Ireland
20 Apr 10
It wasn't a smart move, it was a cautious one. I get your point about not giving in to this maniacs but you have to concede there was going to be hue and cry if the semi's was turned into carnage. better safe than sorry..
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@deepti55 (46)
• India
19 Apr 10
Well Well. Would it be smart to take on the terrorist and the mad man who are responsible for the blast. Do we want to risk so many people and the players' lives just to show them the finger.
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@anuraa32 (2452)
• India
19 Apr 10
You do have a point. But then this only reinforces their thoughts and acts doesnt it.