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December 14, 2001
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Parliament attack: Advani points towards neighbouring country

In an obvious reference to Pakistan, Home Minister Lal Kishenchand Advani on Friday said clues pointed to a neighbouring country in Thursday's attack on Parliament House.

"We have received some clues about yesterday's incident, which shows that a neighbouring country, and some terrorist organisations active there are behind it," Advani said at a function in New Delhi.

Lauding the role of the security personnel who sacrificed their lives to save Parliament, he said it would have been a tragedy far worse than the September 11 attack in the United States had the terrorists entered Parliament House when top political leaders and 700 parliamentarians were in.

Advani expressed the hope that the government would live up to its responsibilities and Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee's call for a decisive war against terrorism.

PTI

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