News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi
Published by: Pranjul Srivastava
Updated Sat, 14 May 2022 12:34 PM IST
The purpose of celebrating this day is to wean the youth away from terrorism and violence, the letter said. They will be told how their one mistake can become a national problem.
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After destroying the plans of terrorism, the central government is now going to celebrate Anti-Terrorism Day every year as well. A letter has been issued to all the states and union territories regarding this. According to the letter issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs, Anti-Terrorism Day will be celebrated every year on 21st May. This letter has been written to all state chief secretaries, secretaries of all ministries and departments.
Youth will be made aware
The purpose of celebrating this day is to wean the youth away from terrorism and violence, the letter said. They will be told what schemes have been run by the central government to eliminate terrorism. Apart from this, they will be told how their one mistake can become a national problem. The Center believes that if the youth come on the right path, then terrorism will automatically end.
Anti-Terrorism Pledge will be administered
The letter said that anti-terrorism oath will also be administered in all offices, public areas. Apart from this, anti-terrorism message can also be disseminated through digital and social media platforms. It has been said in the letter that on May 21, there will be a holiday in the offices of the Central Government as it is a Saturday. In such a situation, the oath can be administered on May 20. However, in state government offices or where Saturday is not a holiday, the oath should be administered only on May 21.