India should take lesson from US' action against Laden: Ramdev
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Yoga guru Baba Ramdev today said that India should take a lesson from the United States' operation against al-Qaeda chief Osama Bin Laden and take action against perpetrators of various terror attacks in the country.
"If United States can enter Abbottabad in Pakistan to kill Laden why can't India do the same?," he told reporters here.
The distance between India and Pakistan is not much and India has also faced major terror attacks like the 26/11 in Mumbai among others, he said.
Laden was killed in a pre-dawn operation by the US Navy Seals in Pakistan's Abbottabad earlier this week.
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