PM Modi Reacts on Japan blast, Says, "India condemns all acts of violence"

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Cops arrested the accused on the spot

PM Modi & Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida

NEW-DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed relief at the safe escape of his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida in a blast during a campaign, saying that India condemns all acts of violence.

Prime Minister Modi tweeted, “Learnt of a violent incident at a public event at Wakayama in Japan where my friend PM Fumio Kishida was present. Relieved that he is safe. Praying for his continued well-being and good health. India condemns all acts of violence."

Kishida escaped safely after someone threw an explosive device during an event in the western port city on Saturday, local officials said. The police arrested the accused on the spot.