LONDON: Britain joined other countries in condemning the serial bombings in Jaipur that killed at least 63 people and expressed solidarity with India in the common fight against terrorism.
"Bombings in Jaipur have shown again the horrific destruction which terrorism brings," British Foreign Minister David Miliband said in a statement.
"My thoughts are with the families of the victims and with those injured. There can never be any justification for acts of indiscriminate violence such as these, and I utterly condemn those who have perpetrated Tuesday's attacks," he said.
Underlining solidarity with India in the common fight against terrorism, Miliband said: "UK will continue to stand with the government and people of India against terrorism in all its manifestations."