Narendra Modi targets Pakistan at G20; relates Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohammed to ISIS, Al-Qaeda

By Press Trust Of India|Updated: 07th July 2017

Narendra Modi related Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohamamd to ISIS and Al-Qaeda at the G20 top in Hamburg. (Photo|Gopal Baglay's Twitter acccount).
Narendra Modi related Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohamamd to ISIS and Al-Qaeda at the G20 top in Hamburg. (Photo|Gopal Baglay’s Twitter acccount).

HAMBURG: Naming Pakistan-based fear groups LeT and JeM, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today stated some nations were utilizing fear as a tool to accomplish political goals and pushed for “deterrent” action jointly by the G-20 members versus such countries.

Dealing with the G-20 Summit in this German city, he related Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohamamd as likewise the Haqqani network to ISIS and Al-Qaeda, stating their names might be various however their ideology is the exact same.

With leaders like United States President Donald Trump, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping listening, Modi was sorry for that the worldwide reaction to terrorism was weak and stated more cooperation was had to battle the threat.

The Indian prime minister provided an 11-point ‘Action Agenda’ that included recommendations for exchange of lists of terrorists amongst G-20 countries, speeding up and reducing of legal procedures like extradition and concrete actions to choke funds and weapon supply to the terrorists.

” Some countries are utilizing terrorism for accomplishing political objectives,” Modi stated in a clear referral to Pakistan.

He stated LeT, JeM and the Haqqani network horror groups were active in South Asia like Daesh (ISIS) and Al-Qaeda remained in the Middle East and Boko Haram in Nigeria.

While LeT and JeM have actually been targeting India, the Haqqani network has actually been consistently performing attacks in Afghanistan, consisting of on Indian properties there.

” Their only ideology is to spread out hatred and dedicate massacres,” Modi stated.

Being sorry for that the worldwide action to terrorism has actually been “weak”, Modi stated the countries are less networked in handling the threat while the terrorists are much better networked.

In the ‘Action Agenda’, the prime minister recommended, “there must be a deterrent action versus countries supporting terrorism and authorities of such countries must be disallowed from entry into G-20 member nations.”.

He stated there need to be an exchange of lists of terrorists amongst the G-20 member nations and a cumulative action versus advocates of horror.

” The legal procedures like extradition need to be streamlined and sped up for efficient cooperation versus terrorism,” he stated.

The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) and other systems to choke sources of funds to terrorists ought to be enhanced, he stated.

On the pattern of FATF, a body Explosives Action Task Force (EATF) must be made up “so that the sources of fatal arms reaching the terrorists can be ended,” he included.

Modi likewise pitched for concrete cooperation amongst the G-20 nations with concentrate on cyber security.