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India will do whatever required for National Security; Nagrota terror attack very serious: Swarup

All India Radio Thursday, 1 December 2016
India will do whatever required for National Security; Nagrota terror attack very serious: SwarupIndia says it has taken Nagrota terror attack very seriously and will do whatever is required for the national security.External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Vikas Swarup said in New Delhi today that the government is awaiting specific details on Nagrota attack before deciding on the next step.
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