India Seeks Global Action Against Terrorism

India Seeks Global Action Against Terrorism

The India High Commission at Abuja has called the attention of the world power on the need for a global front against terrorism.

Speaker after speaker at a social function in remembrance of the one hundred and seventy-five people from sixteen countries killed in the Mumbai terror attack on November twenty-six, two thousand and eight, called for stiffer sanctions against countries, that allow terrorism thrive.

Thirteen years ago, the Mumbai attack, which were carried out simultaneously by multiple teams had killed one hundred and seventy-five people both locals and foreigners leaving three hundred and four of them wounded.

In his opening speech, the India High Commissioner, Abhay Thakur, who was represented by Sudhir Rathore, alleged that the three days and four nights mayhem unleashed on Mumbai was solely to create religious divide amongst citizens but India remained one in spite of the various religious beliefs.

According to him, the country had rather taken several firm steps to counter terrorism and implored global community to task those countries that tend to support or encourage terrorism and place appropriate sanctions to force them to retrace their steps.

He warned that if terrorism is not tackled globally soon, its negative effects will get to every location.

For Mr. Kiran Gosavi of the Afro Asian Initiative, terrorism is bad and there is a dire need for all hands to be on deck to fight against it as according to him, all forms of terrorism can be defeated only when the world stands up against them collectively.

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