Patna: Describing terrorism as a national problem, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday said there should not be "divergent views" on such incidents and stressed on greater coordination between states and the Centre.
    
"Terrorist incidents are not state-specific but a national problem. Hence there should not be divergent views on such unpleasant events," he told reporters.
     
Kumar said that intelligence against terror acts were specific as well general. Specific intelligence inputs require necessary immediate action by the state while general information are sometimes not acted upon.
    
Kumar said he did not have any idea about whether the Centre gave intelligence alert to Andhra Pradesh.

(Agencies)

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