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MHA for zero-tolerance against militancy
7/10/2019 11:34:38 PM
Early Times Report

Srinagar, July 10: Government has taken several strict measures to ensure militancy is eradicating in Kashmir. As per the documents, the Ministry of Home Affairs has conveyed to Parliament that government follows zero tolerance policy to cross-border terrorism. "Necessary measures are taken to prevent and deter cross-border terrorist infiltration. Close and effective coordination between intelligence and security agencies at the Centre and the State level is maintained in order to avert terror incidents in the country," the MHA said.
The MHA said that Multi Agency Centre (MAC) has been strengthened and re-organized to enable it function on 24x7 basis for real time collection and sharing of intelligence with other Agencies and State Governments.
"With a view to enhance the capacity of State forces, the Central Agencies have been organizing training programmes for the State forces on intelligence sharing and investigation of terrorism cases. Many States have raised special forces to deal with terrorism. Central Armed Police Forces and National Security Guards have also been stationed at different locations to assist the States in dealing with such incidents," the MHA said.
The Centre said that Government has conveyed to Pakistan that it desires normal neighbourly relations with Pakistan in an atmosphere free from terror, hostility and violence. The onus is on Pakistan for creating such an environment, it said.
"The Government has consistently raised the issue of cross border terrorism and placed high emphasis on international cooperation in combating the menace of terrorism including in bilateral, regional and international for a," the MHA said.
As a result of Government's persistent efforts, international community has shown understanding of India's position, it said.
"There is enhanced concern in the international community at terrorism emanating from Pakistan, including the continuing activities of internationally designated terrorist entities and individuals including Jamaat-ud Dawa (JuD), Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), Jaish-e-Mohammad, Hizbul Mujahideen. This was manifest in the international support after the cross border terrorist attack in Pulwama in February 2019. Major partner countries have also called on Pakistan to end immediately the support and safe haven provided to terrorist groups operating from territories under its control and take meaningful action against these groups. In the aftermath of the cross-border terror attack in Pulwama, UN Security Council condemned in the strongest term, the heinous and cowardly act," it added.
As per the documents, India's call to condemn terrorism in all its forms and manifestation; zero tolerance to terrorism; rejection of any justification for an act of terror; delinking terror from religion; need for all forces believing in humanity to unite in fight against terrorism.
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