Pakistan was placed on the grey list by the Paris-based watchdog in June last year and given a plan of action to complete by October 2019 or face the risk of being placed on the blacklist with Iran and North Korea.
Doval said that if investigating agencies collect correct, sustainable and quotable information, which could be put before the international forums effectively, on how Pakistan is sponsoring terrorism, it would expose the country.
Doval was speaking at the two-day Goa Maritime Conclave, which saw the participation of heads of the navies of ten nations from the Indian Ocean region - Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia, Maldives, Mauritius, Myanmar, Seychelles, Singapore, Sri Lanka, and Thailand.
During his two-day visit beginning Tuesday, Doval met Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) to enlist Riyadh’s support. The FATF plenary session and working group meetings are scheduled to be held from October 13 to 18.
In the wake of reports that Pakistan-sponsored terror outfits may carry out some demonstrative and sensational acts of terror, the security of vital installations must be ensured and all arrangements regarding strict vigilance and keeping the troops on alert be made a priority, Ajit Doval said.
During the meeting, the NSA reviewed the developmental schemes for people and asked officials for their speedy implementation, which includes providing best health care, shipment of apple boxes out of the Kashmir Valley, among other things.
In his first interaction with the media since the August 5 revocation of the special status to J&K under Article 370, Doval also said public order and safety of residents was of greater priority for the government.
WITH CHINA raising the pitch on the border stand-off over the last two weeks, India on Thursday maintained a measured tone, saying that diplomatic channels were “available” and were “being used” to address the situation. Sources told The Indian Express that National Security Advisor Ajit Doval is likely to visit China on July 26-27 for the BRICS […]
New Delhi, Jan 15 (ANI): Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar reached Ministry for Home Affairs to discuss the internal security issues. Home Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi , Border Security Forces (BSF) Director General DK Pathak and National Security Agency (NSA) Ajit Doval arrived for internal security meet at North Block. Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar are scheduled to meet today.