‘Centre, states must work together against terror’
Kolkata: The Centre and state governments
would have to work together in countering terrorism, Overseas
Indian Affairs Minister Vayalar Ravi on Sunday said.
"The Centre and the states will have to work together.
It is a question of the Centre and the states against
terrorist activities," he told reporters here in an apparent
reference to the NCTC issue, when asked to comment on
He said Congress would not do anything to jeopardise the
country`s federal structure.
Ravi, who was in town to address the diamond jubilee
celebrations of the Kolkata Malayalee Samajam, also met West
Bengal PCC chief Pradip Bhattacharya.
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