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Anti Terrorism Day observed across India

The day is annually observed on the death anniversary of seventh Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi who was assassinated by a suicide bomber from the LTTE on 21 May 1991.

May 21, 2015 12:01 IST
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21 May: Anti Terrorism Day/ Martyrdom of Former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi

Anti-Terrorism Day was observed across India on 21 May 2015. The day is annually observed on the death anniversary of seventh Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi who was assassinated at an election rally near Chennai by a suicide bomber from the LTTE on 21 May 1991.

The day is observed to make people aware of the ongoing terrorist activities and the precautions to be taken by the commoners to prevent these acts of terrorism. Its motive is to promote unity, peace and harmony across the nation.

On this day, government employees are administered an anti-terror and violence pledge. Apart from this, several discussions, debates, cultural programmes and lecturers are held on the issue of terrorism and violence across the country.

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