‘There is no difference between India and Pakistan’
The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called on people of all religions to come together in the wake of the deadly attack in the Indian city of New Delhi.
“We have seen so many different religions in the world come together and support each other,” he said.
“There is nothing that we cannot achieve together.
We will reach the goal of peace and harmony,” he added.
The Prime Minister said the country will work to build a new society based on trust.
India has not had a terrorist attack since 1984 when it was hit by a bomb which killed more than 100 people.
Prime Minister Narendra J. Modi addresses a news conference after he delivered a speech at the Republic Day celebrations in New Delhi, India, May 5, 2021.
India had been hit by three blasts in less than 24 hours.
The New Delhi attack took place just two days after a terror attack on the Hindu holy city of Ayodhya killed more people.
In the wake, Modi and his Indian counterpart Narendra Jharkhand government have vowed to build on the gains made in the past year, including the lifting of a ban on the sale of liquor in the capital.
Jharkand and neighbouring Bangladesh have been the main target of attacks in the last two years.
India and Bangladesh are also both battling terrorism, which has claimed hundreds of lives in the two countries.