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Terror deeply rooted in our neighbourhood, says PM Modi | India News

MATHURA: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday recalled the horror of 9/11 attacks in the US on its 18th anniversary to brand Pakistan as a hotbed of terror. Speaking at a function to launch National Animal Disease Control Programme, he said terrorism has become a “global threat” and this ideology is deeply rooted and getting nourished in our neighbourhood.
Without naming Pakistan, he said the whole world needed to take a pledge against those who give shelter and training to terrorists. “We are fully competent to face this challenge and have done this in the past and we will do it in future,” he said, adding that there was a need for strong action and his government’s effort to strengthen anti-terror laws.
“Terrorists can’t hide their bad deeds by changing the name of the organisation,” he said, adding that all have come together to fight against it. Recently, India declared four notorious criminals including Mumbai terror attack accused Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, fugitive gangster Dawood Ibrahim, Jaish-e-Muhammed chief Masood Azhar and Lashkar-e-Taiba founder Hafiz Muhammad Saeed, as individual terrorists under a new anti-terror law.

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