Union Minister Amit Shah said on Saturday that terrorism is the biggest threat to democracy, human rights, economic progress and world peace, which we should not let win. He was speaking at the ‘No Money For Terror Conference’ being held in Delhi. In his further address, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that recently, the Government of India has banned an organization conspiring to radicalise youth and push them towards terror under the guise of social activities. He said, I believe that every country should identify such institutions and take action against them.
The Government of India has also decided to develop national and international databases on crimes such as terrorism, narcotics and economic offences. Govt has set up Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Centre: Union Home Minister Amit Shah pic.twitter.com/jbYfBvkF8l
— ANI (@ANI) November 19, 2022
Terrorism knows no international boundaries
Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that some countries repeatedly support terrorists and those who give shelter to terrorism. I believe that terrorism has no international boundaries, so all countries should keep politics aside and cooperate with each other in fighting terrorism.
Some countries are supporting
Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said in this program on Friday that India has always been determined to deal with terrorism. PM Modi also took an indirect dig at Pakistan. He said that some countries support terror as part of their foreign policy. The PM said that some countries support terrorism as part of their foreign policy. These countries should be isolated. There cannot be any ifs and buts.
These two countries did not join
This is the third edition of this ministerial conference. Earlier, Pakistan and Afghanistan had refused to participate in this conference. Today was its closing ceremony. It was a two-day program from 18-19 November. A total of 78 countries and multilateral organizations including ministers from 20 countries participated in the conference. India’s adversary National Investigation Agency (NIA) Director General Dinkar Gupta had earlier told that the first such conference was held in France in 2018 and the second edition in 2019 in Melbourne, Australia.