Countries harbouring terrorists must be boycotted by the international community, cricketer Mohammad Kaif said here today.
"India is worst-hit by terrorism and our leaders must ensure that terror strikes like 26/11 are not repeated," he said at a function here.
Organised by the International Anti-Terrorism Society, the function was held to remember those who were killed in the terror attack in Varanasi on March 7, 2006.
Former Allahabad High Court Judge A K Yog emphasized the need for early disposal of cases related to terrorism.
Boycott Nations Harbouring Terrorists: Mohd Kaif
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