Need to remember lessons of 9/11: Modi says it was an 'attack on humanity'

Remembering the apocalyptic terror attacks in New York and Washington 20 years ago, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said we have to remember the lessons taught by such terror attacks and simultaneously strive to implement human values that India represents

Sep 11, 2021
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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Remembering the apocalyptic terror attacks in New York and Washington 20 years ago, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said we have to remember the lessons taught by such terror attacks and simultaneously strive to implement human values that India represents.

“Today is September 11 or 9/11. A date in global history which is known for the attack on humanity,” said Modi.
 
“On this same day, someone had taught the world a lot. Over one century ago, on September 11, 1893, at the Parliament of the World’s Religions in Chicago, Swami Vivekananda, while speaking at a global platform, introduced the world to the human values of India. Today the world is feeling that the same human values will bring about a permanent solution to attacks like 9/11. 

"On one hand, we have to remember the lessons drawn from such terror attacks and on the other, we have to try hard to implement human values,” he added. (SAM)

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