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MG Avenue blast an act of terrorism, says Gaikhangam

MG Avenue blast an act of terrorism, says Gaikhangam Terming the bomb attack at MG Avenue on October 1 as “barbaric”, Deputy Chief Minister Gaikhangam has condemned the incident which claimed the life of a policeman and injured around 20 civilians. He was speaking at the observance of the National Cleanliness Day on the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi at the Gandhi Memorial hall. He observed that the incident was totally in contrast to the ideology of non-violence propagated by Mahatma Gandhi. The dastardly act was immature, bereft of any ideology and is an act of terrorism, he said asking those responsible for the blast how would they react if it were to happen to their family members and whether they would be able to remain calm. Amidst various external forces from d...
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