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'Indian anti-terror steps gagged by outdated laws'

Written by: Staff

Washington, May 2: United States' State Department in the annual report on global terrorism has said that India"s counter-terrorism efforts chocked by outdated and overburdened law enforcement and legal systems.

Citing the 26/11 Mumbai Terror Attacks US said that while the terrorists were equipped with cutting edge technology like the Global Positioning System trackers; the Indian police were found to be 'poorly-trained and equipped and lacked central control to coordinate an effective response'.

In the report released on Thursday, Apr 30 US has ranked India among the world"s worst terrorism-afflicted countries in 2008 and stated that despite being attacker by the terrorists in various incidents the country has failed to prosecute the perpetrators.

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