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Congress holds silent protest protesting Mumbai terrors attacks

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The Congress party workers on Thursday has held a silent protest at Mahatma Gandhi statue in the Gandhi Bhavan premises of Hyderabad to mark its protest against the Mumbai terror attacks that left over more than 100 dead. Gabbing their mouth with black ribbons, AP Youth Congress cadres paid floral tributes to the slain police officers in Wednesday night's attack.

Former Pradesh Congress Committee President K Keshava Rao, APCC General Secretary and official spokesperson B Kamalakar Rao and others took part. Keshava Rao termed the incident as international conspiracy to derail the peace in the country. He said the time has come for all political parties to arrive at a consensus to tackle terrorism that threatened to disturb the secular fabric of the country.

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