All terror outfits are direct or indirect products of phobia created by the US: CPI

New Delhi: CPI on Monday condemned Baghdad and Dhaka terror attacks, saying the growth in fundamentalism world over was due to "wrong" policies of the governments which "put one section against another".

The Left party also claimed all terrorist outfits are "directly or indirectly" products of phobia created by the US.

Security officer gather outside the bakery during the terror attack. Reuters

20 foreigners including an Indian were killed in a terror attack on a cafe in Dhaka. Reuters

"The growing fundamentalism of all kinds throughout the world is no doubt a result of the wrong policies of the governments which put one section against the other.

"It should also be remembered that all terrorist outfits are directly or indirectly products of terror phobia created by the US," the party said in a statement.

A suicide car bombing, claimed by Islamic State group, ripped through a busy Baghdad shopping district on Sunday, killing at least 200 people in the deadliest attack this year in Iraq's capital.

20 foreigners, including an Indian student, were brutally murdered by militants inside Holey Artisan Bakery in Dhaka's diplomatic zone, all possibly slaughtered on late Friday.

In the rescue operation, security personnel in that country killed six attackers, while one was captured alive on 2 July, ending Bangladesh's worst terror attack.

Updated Date: Jul 04, 2016 16:39 PM

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