India to extend support for ‘No Money For Terror’

Melbourne: While there are international bans on Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jamaat-Ud-Dawa, Falah-e-Insaniyat working for these terrorist groups is still active. India also pointed out that It is also imperative to take action against those organisations that work for terrorist groups. Minister of State for Home Affairs G. Kishan Reddy presented India’s role in the ‘No money for terror’ conference being held in Melbourne, Australia. Reddy testified that India would offer complete support to curb the funding for terrorist organisations.   

Sixty-five nations participated at the conference that took place in Melbourne, Australia. In this conference, a discussion session on the topic, ‘Emerging Technology and Terrorism Financing Risk’ was discussed. While speaking on this, G. Kishan Reddy presented India’s role against terrorism strongly. India has been facing extremist exporting terrorism for decades. Similarly, along with terrorism, India has been dealing with drug trafficking issues as well. Reddy claimed during the conference that the money earned from drug trafficking is misused to support terrorist activities against India by the neighbouring countries.   

At the same time, in this conference, Reddy expressed deep concern about the possibility of use of cryptocurrency for terrorist activities. The dangerous terrorist organisations like ISIS are misusing these platforms and the dark web for the spread of fanaticism and the recruitment of the terrorists. It had come to the fore after India made inquiries that the aforementioned is being used for the exchange of currencies and purchase of weapons to launch attacks. Therefore, India is committed to assisting the national community in the fight against such mediators funding the terrorists, Reddy said.  

The Indian Minister of State for Home Affairs testified that India would act against this in accordance with the standards of ‘FTF.’ As a result, Pakistan has been constrained internationally and has been left in isolation. Reddy hinted that China had expressed displeasure over Pakistan’s terrorist policy from time to time. Meanwhile, a meeting on the ‘No Money for Terror’ will be hosted by India next year. 

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