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PM Modi Condemns Attack On Kashmiris In Uttar Pradesh

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday condemned the attack on Kashmiris in Uttar Pradesh and issued a strong warning to those indulging in such violence.

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“We need to create an atmosphere of unity in the country,”

PM Modi said at a rally in Kanpur and asked the states to take strong action in such cases.

Two Kashmiris selling dry fruit were thrashed by a group of saffron-clad men in Uttar Pradesh, following which four people were arrested.

Referring to the incident, PM Modi said the attack was carried out by some mindless men and the Uttar Pradesh government took immediate action.(Agencies)

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