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Mann Ki Baat: PM MODI'S Remembers 26/11 Mumbai Attack Victims, Calls Terrorism 'Biggest Threat To Humanity'

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Leader Narendra Modi tended to the country in his month to month "Mann Ki Baat" on Sunday, saying that the world has understood the ruinous part of fear mongering and requested nations to hold hands to crush it. In the 38th release of "Mann Ki Baat", the leader said that psychological warfare has tested humankind. "India is the place that is known for Ruler Buddha, Master Mahavira, Master Nanak, Mahatma Gandhi. We put stock in peacefulness," said Modi. He said couple of years prior when India used to talk about psychological oppression at worldwide level, relatively few nations were prepared to consider it important. "Be that as it may, today when they too are casualties of fear mongering, each administration on the planet, the individuals who have faith in humankind and majority rule government, consider psychological oppression to be the greatest danger," the leader said. 

He said that fear based oppression is the greatest danger to mankind. "Time has desired the world to join together and overcome the threat of psychological oppression," said Modi. On the ninth commemoration of Mumbai dread assault, the head administrator recollected the casualties of 26/11 Mumbai fear assaults and said psychological warfare has turned into a worldwide weight. 

"We salute each one of those overcome ladies and men who lost their lives in the horrifying 26/11 assaults in Mumbai. Psychological oppression has turned into a worldwide weight," Modi said. More than 160 individuals were slaughtered and more than 300 harmed when the psychological oppressors of Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba propelled a progression of assaults on India's business capital on 26 November, 2008.

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