PM Modi condemns knife attack in France, says India stands with France | India News

NEW DELHI: Top Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday condemned the fatal knife assault in France that left 3 other folks lifeless inside of a church.
“I strongly condemn the new terrorist assaults in France, together with lately’s heinous assault in Great inside of a church. Our inner most and heartfelt condolences to the households of the sufferers and the folks of France. India stands with France within the battle in opposition to terrorism,” PM Modi mentioned in a tweet.

An attacker armed with knife “Allahu Akbar” beheaded a lady and killed two folks at a church within the French town of Great on Thursday, whilst a gunman used to be shot lifeless through police in a separate incident.
Inside hours of the Great assault, police killed a person who had threatened passersby with a handgun in Montfavet, close to the southern French town of Avignon. He used to be additionally shouting “Allahu Akbar” (God is Biggest), in keeping with radio station Europe 1.
After the Great assault, Top Minister Jean Castex raised France’s safety alert to its easiest stage and mentioned the federal government’s reaction could be company and implacable.