Since 2013, police in Malaysia have detained more than 300 people believed to be linked to the Islamic State group.
Home Minister Rajnath Singh on a four day visit to the state reached the state on Saturday and conducted series of meeting with the CM and top officials.
“We condemn it (the killing of the policeman) in the strongest possible words. This is real face of terrorism, which is thrust upon us by Pakistan. Pakistan has no respect for the auspicious day (of Eid),” Singh told reporters in Jammu.
President Donald Trump last week hit out at Pakistan for providing safe havens to terror groups that kill American soldiers in Afghanistan. He also warned Pakistan that it has “much to lose” by harbouring terrorists.
“Terrorism is not the kind of strategic threat that is in the public mind and in the media. If you look at deaths from terrorism, they have come down steadily,” said Shiv Shankar Menon.
“The prime minister has set a target to make India free from terrorism, corruption, casteism, imperialism and poverty… Despite getting freedom (in 1947), we are not fully free from these evils,” the minister of state in PMO told reporters on the sidelines of an event in Jammu.
Jaitley went on to comment that the people of India have a ‘predominant wish’ to retrieve parts of Jammu & Kashmir of India occupied by Pakistan in the aftermath of 1948 Indo-Pak War.
Turnbull said advice from Australian security and intelligence agencies had led to increased security measures at Sydney airport on Thursday, while the country’s other domestic and international airports were affected from Saturday.
Pakistan is sincerely trying to get rid of terrorism but the way of life made possible over decades by privatising war stands in the way of self-correction despite the realisation that private jihad has shifted “the monopoly of violence” from the state to the nonstate actor.
Arvind Panagariya, said India had a major influence on counter-terrorism discussions at G20. He said that a joint statement on fighting terror was to be an annexure to the G20 declaration but India pitched for it to be a separate statement.
At the event, the US President in his speech said that the threat of terrorism is “one of the most grave and dire threats to religious freedom in the world today.” The evangelical megachurch First Baptist Dallas and Salem Media Group sponsored the event at the John F Kennedy Centre for the Performing Arts.
“Insurgent groups have started using IT. They have formed a common platform. We too have to counter them with better use of IT. Police forces of the region have to now work as Team Northeast in order to arrest the new and emerging trends,” Sonowal said.
“No state is immune to the threat of terrorism as continuing terrorist attacks across the world, many of them with links beyond the borders of the affected state, continue to demonstrate,” India’s Deputy Permanent Representative Ambassador Tanmaya Lal said on Friday.
A three-tier security layer was thrown around the area, a senior police officer said, adding, snipers were also stationed on certain buildings to keep a hawk-eye vigil.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang told a regular press briefing in Beijing on Tuesday that China and the United States were both victims of terrorism. “Cooperation is in the interests of both sides,” he said, without elaborating.