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    Sarkozy writes to PM, condemns Jaipur blasts

    New Delhi (PTI): Strongly condemning the Jaipur serial blasts as "barbaric" act, French President Nicolas Sarkozy has written to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh assuring him that his country stands by India's side in the fight against the scourge of terrorism.

    Sarkozy expressed his deepest condolences over the "morrow of the blasts that have painfully plunged" Jaipur in mourning. "France most firmly condemns this barbaric and despicable act. I would like to express the solidarity of my country in the ordeal that you are suffering," he said in the letter to Singh. "France remains by your side in the fight against the scourge of terrorism," Sarkozy said.

    The French President had visited India in January and was the Chief Guest at the Republic Day celebrations.


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