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Security Complaints At Tull Concert

03:15 PM Monday 12/1/08 | |


Security at a Jethro Tull and Anoushka Shankar concert in New Delhi Nov. 30 was less than stellar in the wake of terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India, according to some concertgoers.

Patrons complained that security staff was inconsistent as to who and what items were checked at the entrances to Hamsadhwani Amphitheatre, according to New Delhi Television.

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    Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson speaks during a press conference on the eve of their concert with sitar player Anoushka Shankar in Bangalore, India.
    December 1, 2008

    (AP Photo)

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One Delhi-based journalist who attended the concert, which reportedly attracted about 5,000 fans, told the news station that security was “shockingly lax.”

“There was almost no security at all. We stood in the queue to enter the stadium, but when we finally came to the entrance, the search was barely customary,” he said. “There was no frisking at all. They looked at my bag for a split second.”

Jethro Tull and Shankar dedicated the two-hour concert – part of the five-city 100 Pipers Pure Music tour – to those who lost their lives in the three-day siege in Mumbai.

The duo’s Mumbai concert, scheduled at Shanmukhananda Auditorium for Nov. 29, was canceled but the tour continued on to Delhi, Bengaluru and Hyderabad the following week.

 


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