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Bangladesh poses bigger threat than Chi or Pakistan: Minister

Bangladesh poses bigger threat than Chi or Pakistan: Minister

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  17 Nov 2017 12:00 AM GMT

New Delhi, Nov 16: Bangladesh poses a much bigger security threat to India compared to Chi or Pakistan, Minister of State for Home Hansraj Gangaram Ahir said here on Thursday. “It is not only Chi or Pakistan but Bangladesh poses an equally bigger challenge to our tiol security, I know it because I get to see that closely,” Ahir said while iugurating an Assocham Intertiol Homeland Security Conference-cum-Exhibition. “Bangladesh is only a so-called friend because evidently it has caused India most harm through illegal intrusion and as such going ahead it is only the smart technologies which will help us curb this mece,” an Assocham statement quoted him as saying.

The Minister also said that the government had deployed security related modern technologies and equipment to keep a check on intrusion in Jammu and Kashmir and was using the same on other fronts including Maoist areas, youth radicalization in Kerala and railway security.

On Chi, Ahir said: “Chi today is not a very close friend of ours. They have always raised problems for the country.

“And be it Chi, Myanmar, Bangladesh or terrorists coming into India through Pakistan, we will promote the usage of various modern technologies to curb intrusion.” Condemning former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah’s remark that “PoK (Pakistan-occupied Kashmir) belongs to Pakistan”, Ahir said: “It is very unfortute be it his language or the feelings with which he has said. So I condemn it.

“It is due to the mistakes made by the previous governments that today PoK is a part of Pakistan but Kashmir along with PoK is an integral part of India,” he stated.

“No one can stop us from making PoK a part of India and we will make efforts in this direction,” the Minister added.

Ahir assured the industry that the government will look into their demands and suggestions. “The industry must come up with indigenously developed smart technologies and the government will help in research and development (R&D) in this regard.”

He said the government would work in tandem with private industry to deal with all homeland security related threats and challenges the country faces. (IANS)

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