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We will never forget cowardly attack on our Parliament in 2001, says PM Modi

Nine persons, including eight security personnel, died in the attack by terrorists belonging to Pakistan-based outfits on 13 December 2001.

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New Delhi: India will never forget the cowardly attack on its Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday as he paid tributes to security personnel who laid down their lives in the terror attack on this day in 2001.

“We will never forget the cowardly attack on our Parliament on this day in 2001. We recall the valour and sacrifice of those who lost their lives protecting our Parliament. India will always be thankful to them,” he tweeted.

Nine persons, including eight security personnel, died in the attack by terrorists belonging to Pakistan-based outfits. All five terrorists were killed by security forces.

The incident led to a high level of tension between India and Pakistan and a massive upgrade in the security of the Parliament.


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