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India leads, others should follow
11/30/2022 11:31:49 PM

National Security Advisor Ajit Doval while addressing leaders of different faiths recently stated that cross-border and ISIS-inspired terrorism continues to pose a threat and religious scholars can play a vital role in countering radicalization and extremism by projecting progressive ideas and thoughts.
He emphasized on the need to counter the threat from ISIS-inspired individual terror cells and returnees from theatres like Syria and Afghanistan.
Radicalization has emerged as a grave threat in the recent times as the hate mongers are using religion as a tool to misguide the young people and turn them into terrorists.
A common narrative on de-radicalization needs to be framed as in a civilized world there is no place for hate speech, prejudice, propaganda, demonization, violence, conflict and misuse of religion for narrow ends.
The energies of youth have to be utilized in a positive way and in the right direction as they are the primary targets of the people spreading hate and preaching violence.
After the abrogation of Article 370, the government has introduced various schemes for youth in J&K to keep them busy and engaged. They have been provided with employment avenues, stages to showcase their talents and opportunities in sports to utilize their energies, skills and talents in a better way.
The misinformation campaign launched by terrorist handlers has been countered effectively and J&K youth are fast becoming harbingers of change and building blocks of progress in the society.
The aim of the disinformation and propaganda that was launched by the other side was to impede peaceful co-existence and pit people against each other.
Hate mongers have only one aim i.e. to promote bloodshed and keep the conflicts alive they don’t believe in peace and harmony. India has been fighting Pakistan sponsored terrorists for the past 30-years in Jammu and Kashmir. Despite the evil designs of the neighbouring country being foiled it continues to look for ways and means to misguide the youngsters in Kashmir.
To counter radicalization and end terrorism state institutions need to come together to detect and identify potential negative influencers and share information to counter their activities.
Collective effort on global level is needed to eradicate radicalization and terrorism. India has taken the lead in war against terror and the world needs to follow.
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