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Spreading hope: National Anti-Terrorism Day and: Relief India Trust making a positive impact

National Anti-Terrorism Day

Terrorism is a global issue that obstructs the growth of individuals and nations. Terrorism aims to implant fear in people through various means. Having a strong will to fight against terrorism is crucial to overcoming the fear of it. Along with this, it is important to have awareness about terrorism. Today, on National Anti-Terrorism Day, Relief India Trust is working towards making people strong by uplifting their wills and encouraging them with guidance to make society terror-free and happy for all individuals.

What is National Anti-Terrorism Day?

India observes National Anti-Terrorism Day on May 21. This day is devoted to raising awareness of the significance of combating terrorism and advancing harmony and peace. People gather on this day to honor the sacrifices made by courageous fighters against terrorism. It acts as a wake-up call for us all to unite in the face of terrorism and strive toward a more secure and tranquil global community.

Why is it crucial to celebrate National Anti-Terrorism Day?

It is important to commemorate National Anti-Terrorism Day as it creates awareness about the impact of terrorism and the need for collective action against it. By coming together on this day, we demonstrate our commitment to promoting peace and unity in our society.

This day also motivates individuals to stand against terrorism, instilling a new hope in their hearts to fight it and not tolerate it. It is crucial to celebrate this day, as it reminds us of the times when we were ruled by different clans in the past.Many heroes lost their lives to remove this fear from our hearts. It is necessary to continue this tradition to maintain a terror-free society.

Why was National Terrorism Day established?

National Anti-Terrorism Day was established in India to commemorate the death anniversary of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. He was sadly killed in a terrorist strike in 1991. This day serves as a reminder to combat all forms of terrorism, whether social, economic, or political.The Indian constitution guarantees everyone the right to life, and today’s goal is to promote this fundamental right and ensure that nothing in society interferes with individuals’ lives.

The global status of terrorism


According to the Global Terrorism Index 2024 report, the number of terrorist incidents has decreased by 22% to 3,350, resulting in more deadly attacks. The number of countries reporting such incidents has also reduced to 50. In 2023, the United States accounted for 76% of terrorism-related deaths in Western democracies, despite a 15-year low in incidents.

India’s level

In 2021, terrorist groups such as Lashkar-e-Tayyiba, Jaish-e-Mohammed, HizbulMujahideen, ISIS, al-Qa’ida, Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen, and Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh were active in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K), the northeastern states, and parts of central India.

What do we mean by terrorism?

Terrorism is defined as the use of violence, intimidation, or threats to instill fear and cause panic in order to achieve political, ideological, or religious goals. It entails deliberately committing violent acts against civilians, innocent persons, or infrastructure in order to instill fear and break peace. Terrorism is a global issue that threatens the safety, security, and well-being of individuals and societies all over the world.

What effects does terrorism have on people as well as the nation?

Terrorism has significant impacts on both individuals and countries. It can cause emotional turmoil, fear, and the loss of loved ones, which may lead to mental health challenges such as stress, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Victims may also face financial hardship due to medical bills, lost income, or property damage. At a national level, terrorism disrupts social stability, strains diplomatic relations, and fuels political tensions. Enhanced security measures and spending can burden investments and overall growth.

Taking a stand against terrorism: Relief India Trust

Relief India Trust thinks that terrorism is an ongoing problem that will remain as long as humanity does. The only way to protect ourselves against it is to constantly struggle against it. This is not an overnight process, but with strong will and determination, things may change. Our organization’s goal is to inspire people in our neighborhood to overcome their fear of terror and contribute to making the world a better place.

Our initiatives regarding this issue

  • Our organization believes in tackling terrorism by addressing it first in the hearts of people and then within society. To spread awareness about terrorism, we conduct awareness camps.
  • Additionally, we educate the community on how they can fight against terrorism, as proper knowledge can help overcome the fear of terrorism in the public.
  • Our Relief India Trust not only motivates and encourages the public but also fights against the forces of disruption that threaten human lives and values while counteracting the individuals who initiate discrepancies in society.”


National Anti-Terrorism Day is a reminder of the importance of being vigilant and united against terrorism. Relief India Trust plays a significant role in raising awareness and positively impacting society. By encouraging a sense of responsibility and empathy, they inspire individuals to take action and contribute to a safer, more compassionate nation. Together, we can create a brighter future by promoting peace and combating all forms of terrorism.

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