India observes Anti-Terrorism Day on May 21. It was on today in 1991 that the seventh Prime Minister of India Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated by LTTE terrorists whereas campaigning for the Congress occasion at Sriperumbudur in Tamil Nadu. The day is marked to unfold the message of peace and concord.
Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated by a suicide bomber whereas he was campaigning for the Congress occasion in Sriperumbudur in Tamil Nadu. After the assassination, the federal government determined that May 21 shall be noticed as Anti-Terrorism Day to boost consciousness amongst folks about terrorism. Rajiv Gandhi was the youngest Prime Minister of India when he was sworn in on the age of 40.
While today is a chance to honour the sacrifices of 1000’s of safety personnel within the combat towards terrorism, it is usually a reminder that terrorism remains to be a large menace to unity and peace within the nation. Several authorities and social organisations plan occasions on today to foster unity and nationwide delight within the folks. They additionally educate folks on the right way to act as a power multiplier of the safety forces in coping with terrorism.
“We, the people of India, having abiding faith in our country’s tradition of non-violence and tolerance, hereby solemnly affirm to oppose with our strength, all forms of terrorism and violence. We pledge to uphold and promote peace, social harmony, and understand among all fellow human beings and fight the forces of disruption threatening human lives and values.”