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President and Prime Minister of India strongly condemn terror attacks in Paris
Both the president of India, Pranab Mukherjee and Prime Minster Narender Modi have strongly condemned the terrorists attacks in Paris.

Expressing his condolences for the dead in the 'senseless violence against the open society of France' Mukherjee said, "India strongly condemns terrorism in all its forms and manifestations. 

We believe that there can be no justification for such cowardly acts in which blameless citizens are harmed. India believes that all disputes and differences must be resolved through peaceful means."

He was of the view that such events were a 'grim reminder that the world must come together to address comprehensively and urgently the scourge of terrorism, its perpetrators and also those who support or harbour them'.

Modi, while expressing sadness due to what happened in Paris, said, "I condemn the barbaric terrorist attacks in Paris in the strongest terms. More than hundred people lost their lives while they were doing what they loved, or spending time with their loved ones."

 He urged the world community to stand together as humanity in combating the major global threat of our times and to uphold values of life.

Calling the terrorist attack in Paris as 'an attack on entire humanity and humanitarian forces' PM Modi urged the international community to give a definition to terrorism so it can be ascertained who are in support or opposition. "Once we have that definition, we will know who helps to promote terrorism and who are the victims to it," he added.

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