Indian Prime Minister condemns attack on Istanbul airport calls it 'inhuman'

Indian Prime Minister condemns attack on Istanbul airport calls it 'inhuman'

Indian PM Modi offered his condolences and in a tweet said 'Attack in Istanbul is inhuman & horrific. I condemn it strongly. My thoughts are with bereaved families. May the injured recover quickly'. (Getty)

New Delhi, India | Jun 29, 2016, 10.50 AM (IST)

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi today condemned the terror attack in Istanbul, terming it as inhuman and horrific.

"Attack in Istanbul is inhuman & horrific. I condemn it strongly. My thoughts are with bereaved families. May the injured recover quickly," he said in a tweet.

Suspected Islamic State group suicide bombers targeted the international terminal of Istanbul's Ataturk airport, killing 36 and wounding many others.

There has been no report so far of any Indian casualty in the terror attack at the international terminal of Turkey's Ataturk airport where three suspected Islamic State suicide bombers killed 36.

External affairs ministry also said that the Indian Consulate has been in touch been touch with Istanbul governorate and has given emergency contact numbers for Indians requiring assistance.

No reports so far of any Indian among the casualties, the ministry said.

(PTI)
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