Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that he witnessed the ugly face of terrorism during his recent visit to Sri Lanka.
On the second day of his visit to Kyrgyzstan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took part in the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Summit in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
Speaking at the summit Modi said that literature and culture provide societies a positive activity and stop the spread of radicalization among youths.
“During my visit to Sri Lanka, I visited the St Anthony’s shrine, where I witnessed the ugly face of terrorism that takes the lives of innocents,” he said.
Prime Minister Modi said that to tackle the danger of terrorism, all humanitarian powers should come forward together.
He said that countries that provide encouragement, support, and finances to terrorism must be held accountable.
Prime Minister Modi was on a brief visit to Sri Lanka last weekend during which he visited St Anthony’s shrine, one of three churches attacked by suicide bombers on Easter Sunday.
Courtesy: Colombo Gazette