NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today condemned the "cowardly" terror attacks in Kuwait, Tunisia and France, saying the progress of humanity lies in peace and brotherhood instead of hatred and mindless violence.
"My thoughts & prayers are with the families & loved ones of those who lost their lives in the cowardly attacks in France, Kuwait & Tunisia," he tweeted.
My thoughts & prayers are with the families & loved ones of those who lost their lives in the cowardly attacks in France, Kuwait & Tunisia.— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) June 26, 2015
"The progress of humanity lies in peace, brotherhood & non-violence, not in hatred, terror & mindless violence against others," he added.
He was commenting on terror attacks in which over 50 people were killed in Kuwait, Tunisia and France.
In Kuwait, a suicide bomber blew himself up during Friday prayers at a Shiite mosque in the capital Kuwait City, killing 25 people and wounding over 200 others.
A gunman in Tunisia opened fire at tourists at a beach resort, leaving at least 27 people dead, including foreigners, in what the authorities branded a "terrorist attack".
In France, a suspected Islamist launched a daylight raid on a gas factory in an eastern part of the country, pinning a decapitated head to the gates and injuring at least two others with explosive devices.