NMFT Conference: Terrorism should not be linked with any religion-Shah

NMFT Meet Delhi: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday (November 18) participated in the third ‘No Money for Terror’ (NMFT) ministerial conference on counter-terrorism financing. Addressing the conference, Amit Shah said that we believe that the threat of terrorism cannot and should not be linked to any religion, nationality or group.

Hotel Taj in Delhi The third ministerial conference on anti-terrorist financing is being organized in the palace on the theme ‘No Money for Terror’. Union Home Minister Amit Shah further said that terrorist funding is more dangerous than terrorism. Terrorism is the biggest threat to world peace and security and giving protection to terrorist is tantamount to encouraging terrorism.

Terrorists are using dark net

He said that terrorists are constantly looking for new ways to carry out violence, radicalize youth and mobilize financial resources. Terrorists are using the dark net to hide their identity and spread extremist content.

Shah said that without a doubt, terrorism is the most serious threat to world peace and security, but I believe that terrorism Financing is more dangerous than terrorism because such financing feeds the ‘means and means’ of terrorism. Apart from this, terror funding weakens the economy of the countries of the world.

Attack on Pakistan

Amit Shah said that India has combated terrorism. Significant progress has been made in strengthening the security infrastructure as well as the legal and financial systems to do so. Indirectly attacking Pakistan, the Union Home Minister said that unfortunately there are some countries that want to undermine and destroy the collective efforts to fight terrorism.

The Union Home Minister said that Giving protection to terrorists is tantamount to encouraging terrorism. It is our collective responsibility to ensure that such elements and such countries never succeed in their intentions. He said that after August 2021, there has been a lot of change in the situation in the South Asian region. Regime change and the growing influence of Al Qaeda, ISIS have emerged as a significant challenge to regional security. The new equations have made the problem of terror funding more serious.

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