Narendra Modi condemns Nairobi mall terror attack

Nairobi, Sept 22: BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Saturday condemned the deadly terror attack in a mall in Nairobi. Speaking to his supporters in the US via video conferencing, he said the attack as a new type of war and condoled the death of the Indians in the incident, including the Gujaratis. At least two Indians, including a child, were killed in the attack while six Indians were among the injured. The injured Indians were receiving treatment in two hospitals.

Thirty-nine people lost their lives while 150 were injured in the assault in one of Nairobi's top shopping mall. Some of the close family members of Uthuru Kenyatta, the country's president, were also among the dead.

Two Indians were killed in the attack, including an 8-year-old boy

Modi stressed Gandhi's principles while condemning the terror act, saying they ask the world to spread the message of peace and fight terrorism. He said terrorism is a problem with deep roots and poses a grave challenge to humanity.

The United Nations also condemned the ghastly attacks.

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