Amit Shah said- It is necessary to stop the unbridled activities in the terrorist shelters.
Some countries repeatedly support terrorists and those who give shelter to terrorism.
New Delhi. Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday said that no country alone can defeat terrorism and the international community will have to work shoulder to shoulder to deal with this increasingly complex and pervasive menace. Addressing the concluding program of the third ‘No Money for Terror’ conference organized against Terror Funding, Shah said that some countries and their agencies have made terrorism their official policy.
Amit Shah said, “It is necessary to stop the unbridled activities in these terrorist sanctuaries. All countries have to rise above their geopolitical interests. He said that some countries repeatedly support terrorists and those who give shelter to terrorism. The Home Minister said, “I believe that terrorism has no international boundaries, so all countries should think beyond politics and cooperate with each other.” He called for transparency in intelligence sharing among the international community to defeat this “borderless menace” of terrorism. He said, “Our first commitment should be to cooperate with transparency. All countries, all organizations must pledge complete transparency in sharing intelligence in a better and more effective manner.”
Organizations promoting extremism should be identified
Citing India’s action against an organization promoting radicalization among the youth, the Home Minister said that every country should identify such organizations and take strict action against them. He said that we have to fight this war against terrorism and terrorist groups, in every geographical area, in every virtual area. He said, “India has felt the need to continue with this unique initiative NMFT (No Money for Terror), to continue to focus global attention on combating the financing of terrorism. The time has come to set up a permanent secretariat.” Shah said that a proposal has been prepared to set it up in India.
participatory monitoring framework
He said that the approach to fight terrorism should be based on five pillars, under which a comprehensive surveillance framework should be created by establishing cooperation, coordination and partnership among all intelligence and investigative agencies.
FIRST PUBLISHED : November 19, 2022, 19:32 IST