New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said terrorism has become a global threat almost "as a daily routine" and called for efforts by all humanitarian forces to defeat it.

Speaking on his 38th 'Mann ki Baat' radio programme, the Prime Minister talked on a range of issues, including education and climate change, and called upon farmers to resolve to reduce the use of urea by half by 2022, the 75th anniversary of the country's Independence. 

Modi, in his monthly address, said that 2018 should be heralded with nice and positive thoughts and urged the people to share five of their positive experiences with #PositiveIndia (hashtag Positive India) on the Narendra Modi App or MyGov portal.

The Prime Minister, while remembering the 26/11 Mumbai

attack victims, condemned global terrorism. He said: "Terrorism is a threat to Humanity". He further said the world community needs to unite to fight this global menace.

He said that over four decades, India has been raising the issue of terror. Initially, the world did not take us seriously but now the world is realising the destructive aspects of terrorism. "Every government in the world, those who believe in humanity, governments having faith in democracy, are seeing this as one of the biggest challenges," he said.

The Prime Minister said terrorism and extremism were trying to weaken the social fabric. "Terrorism is bent upon destroying humanitarian forces. So, not only India but all humanitarian forces will have to keep fighting unitedly to defeat the menace of terrorism." 

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