Home Minister Amit Shah said that some countries have made terrorism their state policy . He said that all countries should think beyond politics and collaborate with each other .
New Delhi, India, November 19: Home Minister Amit Shah said on Saturday that some countries, their governments, and their ministries, have made terrorism their state policy, arguing that strict economic crackdowns should be allowed to control their unrestrained activities.In these terror havens, it is necessary to shackle their unregulated activities with a strict economic crackdown, and all the countries of the world will have to make up their minds on this, standing above their geopolitical goals.At several international forums, India has been vehemently urging the world about Pakistan's use of terrorism as state policy.In response to this, New Delhi has been urging the world to look closely at Pakistans activities in breeding terrorism.However, terrorism has no national boundaries, so all countries should think beyond politics and collaborate with each other, he said.Because it is an issue of the security of our citizens and their human and democratic rights, it should not become a political issue, according to the Home Minister.Shah said that the Indian Government has recently sacked an organisation that sought to radicalize the youth and push them toward terrorism, and that every country should recognize and take immediate steps against such organizations.The Union Home Minister said that all countries must follow the FATF's rules and recommendations, not only on paper but also in spirit. Terrorists comprehend information technology and cyberspace very well and are prone to exploit them.Moreover, he said that cyberspace has now become a key battleground in the fight against terrorism, and that these 21st-century lethal weapons and drone technologies are now available to terrorists.The increased ties between terrorism and organized crime, such as heroin, crypto-currency, and hawala, has increased the likelihood of terror financing manifold, according toShah.The primary aim of this meeting is to identify various routes and propose a practical and workable roadmap against terror financing, identifying its various routes. The two-day conference conference took place on November 18-19, providing a unique opportunity for participating countries and organisations to discuss the current international framework on counter-terrorism financing and the steps necessary to tackle emerging challenges.The conference focused on strengthening global cooperation by blocking grants to terrorists and access to concessional jurisdictions to operate.