Brussels, Mar 30 (ANI): Pitching strongly for delinking religion from terrorism, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said that terrorism is a problem faced by the entire mankind and not just by a particular nation. Addressing a boisterous gathering of Indian diaspora here, Prime Minister Modi began his speech by paying homage to the victims of the Brussels terror attack. He said that terrorism is challenging entire humanity, adding that it must be de-linked from religion as no religion teaches terrorism. Divulging details of various schemes launched by his government and their impact on the day-to-day lives of the people, Prime Minister Modi said that it is his responsibility to give public an account of his work. He said that India has emerged as a beacon of hope amidst the global recession. He even stated how his governments’ campaign on gas subsidy led to 9 million people surrendering their subsidy thereby helping millions of poor families to get gas connections. Prime Minister Modi further said that his government’s Jan Dhan Yojana has led to 210 million new accounts being opened, bringing the banking sector within the reach of millions.