Indian mission in UK organises anti-terror pledge for NRIs Indian High Commissioner to the UK Yashvardhan Kumar Sinha led the pledge
The Indian mission in the UK today (22) organised the first community-wide anti-terrorism pledge. The pledge is taken by Indian embassies and missions around the world to coincide with former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi’s death anniversary on May 21, marked as Anti-Terrorism Day in India. This year’s pledge in London was organised as a wider event to involve Indians based in the UK. The pledge invokes India’s faith in the tradition of non-violence and tolerance. “The scourge of terrorism affects innocent lives not just in one country but across the globe. No country and no people should shelter terrorists, promote terrorists or…
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