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‘World should be more concerned about terrorism’: India’s foreign minister digs at Pakistan

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Fidel Rahmati
Fidel Rahmati
Fidai Rahmati is the editor and content writer for Khaama Press. You may follow him at Twitter @FidelRahmati
Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar in Vienna, Australia

During a press conference S. Jaishankar, the external affairs minister of India, with his Australian counterpart on Monday, cautioned the world about the threat of terrorism.

He continued by saying that the impact of cross-border terrorism could not be contained to a single region, mainly when they are closely linked to the trafficking of drugs, illegal weapons, and other types of global crime.

He also called Pakistan the “epicentre of terrorism” and terror emanating from its soil. Therefore, the epicentre of terrorism is located close to India, said in an Australian TV program.

He further added, “Pakistan is a country which attacked the parliament of India some years ago, which attacked the city of Mumbai, which went after hotels, and foreign tourists, which every day send terrorists across the border.”

He continued, “Our expertise and thoughts are helpful to the world on counter-terrorism because the epicentre of terrorism is situated near India.

He also noticed the European countries for not condemning Pakistan. He asked the audience, “Why don’t I hear sharp European condemnation of these practices that have been going on for decades.” I think the world needs to be concerned about how sincerely and firmly it takes up the challenges of terrorism, he said.

This follows the early declaration by Pakistani officials that December would be the deadliest month for Pakistan in 2022. As a result, terrorist groups like the TTP, ISKP, and BLA are becoming increasingly active in Pakistan.

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