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ISI terror module: Terrorists' efforts would not succeed, country is in safe hands, says Union MoS Home Ajay Kumar Mishra

WebdeskSep 24, 2021, 09:57 AM IST

ISI terror module: Terrorists' efforts would not succeed, country is in safe hands, says Union MoS Home Ajay Kumar Mishra
Ajay Kumar Mishra

He said that since 2014 the terrorists are not able to carry out their plans as there is very good coordination between the security forces and intelligence agencies under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah.

 

New Delhi: Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Ajay Kumar Mishra on Thursday (September 23) said that none of the efforts of terrorists will be successful as the country is in "safe hands with a robust system".

Speaking to ANI, the Union Minister said, "Our neighbouring country has been continuously trying to spread instability in our country for a very long time through its intelligence agency. We have foiled their every effort. Right now, some terrorists associated with such modules have been arrested. Information has also come about them."

He said that since 2014 the terrorists are not able to carry out their plans as there is very good coordination between the security forces and intelligence agencies under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah.

Mishra's remarks came against the backdrop of the intelligent inputs that Pakistan's ISI is planning a major attack in India in the coming festive season.

"In every global platform and summit, we have raised concerns about the fact that Pakistan is promoting terrorism, endangering the entire world. As the technology progresses, they (terror organizations) are doing new experiments. They chose crowded places and the festive season. However, any such attempts by terrorists will not succeed, as we have a robust system. The country is in safe hands," Mishra said.   

The Minister informed that six terrorists were arrested last week and added, "As long as there are countries like this (Pakistan), these terror organizations would continue to try such attempts in the world. But, we want to assure people that none of their efforts will be successful."

Last week, Delhi Police Special Cell busted a Pakistan organized terror module and arrested six operatives, including two ISI-trained terrorists. The arrested suspects were planning to carry out targeted killings and blasts across the country, as per the police. 

Courtesy: ANI
   


  
                    

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on Sep 24 2021 10:55:32

More than neighbors, Congress, especially likes of P Chidambaram would love to see blasts to pat their back and say, 'look, even they are not able to stop it!' Some journalists would also love it as they find it difficult to criticise government on any front, especially on security.

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