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China could pose a strong threat to India than IS
1/4/2019 10:36:59 PM
When the DGP, Dilbag Singh, said there was no large scale presence of IS terrorists he was right, But even if there is a small number of IS activists they can radicalize the youth. The DGP should know that one stale fish can spoil the pool, There is no need for alarm if students from China flood various Indian universities after Modi and Xi Jinping attempt at normalizing the relations between the two sides. But there is need for upgrading the surveillance mechanism over all these Chinese students. These Chinese students have sought admission under the MOU between New Delhi and Beijing and hence these Chinese students should not be treated with suspicion. The Intelligence Bureau (IB) has alerted the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) against the increasing Chinese penetration in Indian educational institutions, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh is learnt to have asked senior officials to devise mechanism to deal with the challenge. Since the Union Home Minister has directed the concerned officials to keep these Chinese students under a coant watch there should be no alarm bells ringing otherwise relations between China and India may witness downward journey.
The Home Minister is seized of the matter relating to the threats emanating from "Chinese penetration in Indian educational institutions" and has asked senior officials to formulate a strategy to deal with the impending challenges. China's Confucius Institute, which is otherwise an overt institution of intellectuals, has of late "come under the IB scanner", as the agency feels that the institute is being exploited by Beijing worldwide for gathering information from other countries. The establishment of a Confucius Institute Centre in Mumbai University and its efforts to set up similar centres in Vellore, Coimbatore and Kolkata needs to be dealt with utmost care.
With increasing Chinese geopolitical ambitions, the IB in its report to the MHA cautioned against Beijing's aggressive intelligence gathering intent, as it has also been mentioned that agencies in China are also using their country's business entities to gain access to those in the decision making hierarchy in India. The Home Ministry has, confirmed that agencies have been asked to keep a close watch on Indian universities/colleges, student exchange programmes following MoUs signed with Chinese entities. Even state governments have been advised to keep a watch on the Chinese activities and inform the Central agencies for collation of data and remedial action, they said. This way China could be potential threat to India than the ISIS. And IS is not the product of Pakistan and even Pakistan is scared of it hence there is no danger of exporting IS to India.
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