外文标题：India condemns China killings
NEW DELHI: India on Monday strongly condemned the terrorist attack in China, which left 33 dead, saying it was opposed to terrorism in all its forms. In an official release, the external affairs ministry said India strongly condemns the terrorist attack on innocent civilians on March 1 in Kunming, China.
"We extend our condolences to the bereaved families and wish an early recovery to those who were injured. India strongly opposes terrorism in all its forms and manifestations," it said.
According to Chinese security officials, a group of 10 knife and sword-wielding attackers hailing from Xinjiang carried out the attack at crowded Kunming railway station that left 33 people dead and 143 injured.
Four of the attackers were killed, while one injured woman militant was captured after the incident.
A search is on for the other militants, stated to be from the banned separatist East Turkestan Islamic Movement (ETIM), an al Qaida-backed outfit.
why does most of the so called terror outfits have word 'islam' in it?
Taking a stand is not a tradition in India foreign policy. During the cold war there was no difference between Kennedy and Khrushchev and we chose to "non-aligned". Things are no different today. Making a statement like "India does not like terrorism of any kind" is worthless. Did anyone expect India to like murders of teh innocents on a railway station? More is expected of India.
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Gregorius Lignatur (Omnilandia)
We all condemn such killings.
with tunnel opening from china to pak more terrorist will be going into ugur areas . let china feel the pleasure of pak mullahs
Naveen Gupta (India)
I fail to understand why India needs to comment or interfere in others affairs. It has enough of chaos internally for it to have to look outside. Again thanks to SGRG, MMS, SK and co Pvt ltd
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it is a generic statement issued by every country. What did you expect??? If it was Uganda, they would have issued the same statement.