Indian security advisor Ajit Doval has proposed an action plan to crack down on terrorist organizations in Pakistan. As part of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) framework, he has asked to take action against terrorist organizations Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed on Pakistani soil.
He said that the new technology used by terrorists needs to be closely monitored. As ANI quoted, Mr Doval also emphasised the adoption of International standards to counter terror financing including an MOU between SCO and FATF(Financial Action Task Force).
He said drones were being used to smuggle weapons and also said the terrorists have been misusing social media, the dark web, and artificial intelligence. On Wednesday, Mr Ajit Doval said at a meeting of the Shanghai Co-operation Organization in Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan, that the resolutions passed on counter-terrorism by United Nations should fully be implemented.
And he also wanted to impose restrictions on the terrorists and terrorist organizations that the UN announced. He wanted to expedite the trial of cases against terrorists and Cross-border terrorist attacks. He also said to preserve the last two decades of victories and gains that were achieved in Afghanistan. He also asked to give a top priority for the public welfare. India welcomes the SCO contact group on Afghanistan.
“Although India became a member of the SCO in 2017, India has had physical, spiritual, cultural and philosophical ties with the members of this community for many centuries,” Doval said. These meetings were attended by the National Security Advisors (NSAs) of the SCO member states.
Ajit Doval holds lengthy talks with Russian NSA Nikolai Patrushev. They discussed contemporary developments of bilateral, regional, and global significance.