Modi Govt’s Anti-Terrorism Policy Will Continue: Amit Shah
He claimed this while addressing the 54th Raising Day Parade of CISF.
NEW DELHI: On Sunday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah declared that the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi will maintain its zero-tolerance approach towards terrorism.
While addressing the 54th Raising Day Parade of CISF, he promised to deal forcefully with separatism, terrorism, and anti-national acts anywhere in the nation. Shah added that the Union Home Ministry will stop at nothing to provide the CISF with cutting-edge technology so they can meet the challenges of the future.
He claimed that the Home Ministry had already created an action plan in this regard. The CISF would have a number of development opportunities over the following ten years.
He added that by utilising cutting-edge technology like robots and artificial intelligence, the security protocol has been made impregnable in the modern digital age, providing protection to its stakeholders.
The concept would open the door for its application in advisory roles as well as numerous other ones in private businesses. In the coming decades, the government will be able to protect even private businesses from the security risks posed by drones and other cutting-edge technologies.
Shah noted that India's economy is currently experiencing rapid growth and that it is our duty to maintain the security of the nation's institutions, mines, ports, and airports.
The Union Home Minister added that the CISF has protected the nation despite many hurdles, including the trade in counterfeit currency, infiltration, and narcotics. Shah afterwards paid tribute to the members of the CISF who had given their lives in the line of duty since the organisation's founding.
The CISF would have a number of development opportunities over the following ten years.
The CISF's hybrid model, according to the Union Home Minister, would strengthen the force's role moving forward.
The union minister noted that the NDA government has successfully addressed internal security issues over the past nine years and confirmed that violence in Kashmir has significantly decreased. Insurgencies in the Northeast and areas affected by left-wing extremism have also decreased, and public confidence is rising.
According to him, fewer people are engaged in terrorism, and many of them are giving up their weapons and integrating into society.
The CISF is celebrating Raising Day for the first time outside of the National Capital Region (NCR) of Delhi at the CISF National Industrial Security Academy (NISA) in Hakimpet.