All anti-terror agencies will have to adopt such a brutal approach that new terrorist organizations cannot be formed: Amit Shah
New Delhi. Union Home and Cooperation Minister Amit Shah on Thursday inaugurated a two-day anti-terrorism conference organized by the National Investigation Agency in New Delhi. In his address on this occasion, Shah made it clear that 'All anti-terrorist agencies will have to adopt such a brutal approach so that no new terrorist organization can be formed.'
Under Shah's strategies, the work of NIA, ATS, and STF is no longer limited to just investigation, rather they are attacking terrorism out of the box. Shah believes that it is necessary to form a 'model anti-terrorism structure' in the country under the aegis of NIA, so that the hierarchy, structure, and operating procedure of investigation of anti-terror agencies in all the states are the same so that the central and state There can be better coordination among agencies.
In the last 9 years, under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the guidance of Union Home and Cooperation Minister Amit Shah, taking strict action against challenges like cryptocurrency, crowdfunding, hawala, terror-funding, organized crime syndicates and narco-terror has yielded better results today. It is visible.
Tremendous work has been done under the policy of zero tolerance against terrorism. The fight against terrorism is not in the control of any one person. This is the reason that today under the policies of Amit Shah, preparations are going on in full swing to deal with terrorism by coordinating with the Center and the states, their security agencies, and even international agencies.
Due to the foresight of Modi ji, who is engaged in building a new India, and the tough decisions of veteran leader Shah, there has been great success in reducing violence in Jammu and Kashmir, Naxal affected areas, Khalistani activities, leftist extremism and North-East. While the number of terrorist incidents was 6000 in the year 2001, the work of reducing it to 900 in the year 2022 has been possible only because of Shah's policies. NIA has set a record by achieving more than 94 percent conviction rate. The country has seen that in the last 9 years, major successes have been achieved in the fight against drugs. During Operation 'Samudragupta', 2,500 kg of methamphetamine worth over Rs 12,000 crore was seized in Kerala. Apart from this, 10 lakh kilograms of drugs have also been disposed of.
For decades, the fight against terrorism has been fought after the incidents have occurred, but today the fight is being fought in such a way that the terrorist problem does not arise. Under Shah's guidance, not only terrorism but its entire ecosystem is being destroyed. On the basis of the way terrorist incidents have reduced in the last 9 years and the drug trade has been curbed, it can be said that the country is in safe hands today.
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