A spokesperson of the State Government said here today that to wean away the youth and cult the violence by highlighting the suffering of common people and showing as to how it is prejudicial to the national interest every year 21st May is observed as Anti Terrorism Day. To achieve the objective various Anti Terrorism Programmes had been organised in the past.
He said that keeping in view the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, anti-terrorism pledge would be administered in all government offices, public sector undertaking and other public institutions as per the instruction issued by the State Government in view of corona curfew. The pledge would be taken by the employees in offices. The officials working from home may also take the pledge at their home.