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Feb 15, 2019
12:56PM

Full support of Congress to Centre in view of Pulwama attack: Rahul Gandhi

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Congress President Rahul Gandhi has said, his party is fully supporting the government and country's security forces in view of Pulwama terror attack.

Briefing reporters in New Delhi today, Mr Gandhi said, such type of violence is disgusting and no force can divide or break India.

Former Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh said, India will work as a united nation to deal with this menace of terrorism and will never compromise with the terror forces.

Dr Singh said it is high time to convey support to jawans and their families.

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