Terror has no religion, it threatens humanity: VP

RSTV Bureau

Vice President of India, M. Venkaiah Naidu said that terrorism has no religion, it’s a threat to humanity and it should be curbed and we must be humane and sensitive in our approach while interacting with others.

He was addressing the gathering after releasing the book ‘Securing India: The Modi Way’ authored by Shri Nitin Gokhale, in New Delhi.

Addressing the gathering Naidu said, that Indian people have the right to know how decision-making happens at the highest level and what national security entails.

Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu  at the launch of the book ‘Securing India: The Modi Way’

Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu
at the launch of the book ‘Securing India: The Modi Way’

  The Minister of State for Defence, Dr. Subhash Ramrao Bhamre and other dignitaries were present on the occasion. The Vice President said that the book provides the most intimate and sweeping account yet of the NDA Government’s approach to national security and foreign policy initiatives.

He further said that drawing on internal memos, as yet classified information, meeting notes and hundreds of hours of interviews with key players of the national security team, Shri Gokhale brings alive inside stories of decision-making at the highest levels in the government.

Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu   addressing the gathering after releasing book ‘Securing India: The Modi Way’ that gives an account of Modi government's decision making process.

Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu
Addressing the gathering after releasing book ‘Securing India: The Modi Way’ that gives an account of Modi government’s decision making process.

If there is tension there can’t be attention towards development, this should bear the basic principle, he added.

The Vice President said that in democracy violence has no place and bullet cannot bring change where as ballot can. The policy of government should be zero tolerance towards terrorism and corruption both will eat away the vitals of our system, he added.