New Delhi, June 3: Home Minister Rajnath Singh has hailed Indian security forces for their proficiency in bringing down continuing threats to the national security. Rajnath has stated that there is a remarkable decline of 25% in the Naxal attacks and the infiltration attempts at India-Pakistan borders have reduced to 45%.
Rajnath was addressing a press conference to present a 3-year report card of the Home Ministry of India.
This year has marked three years of Narendra Modi lead Indian Government. These three years have witnessed a number of significant measures in all spheres. Today Home Minister Rajnath Singh has started a press conference in New Delhi to discuss the Home Ministry’s steps to improve India. He has mentioned how Home Ministry is responsible for making our Nation secure.
After the surgical strikes by the Indian Army in September last year infiltration in Jammu and Kashmir has come down 45 percent. 63 projects under PM package worth 80000 crores for J&K to have been approved. In the case of Gurdaspur and Pathankot, BSF showed their professionalism by killing all the terrorists. For this success, he has appreciated their efficiency.
Maoists ate a great national security threat. A meeting of CMs of Left Wing Extremism affected States was held in New Delhi. The meeting adopted the doctrine of the solution to counter the LWE menace. India has observed 25% reduction in Naxal attacks. The infrastructure of those areas is improved now. 2187 mobile towers in these areas have been deployed in the country.
About the biggest security issue of India, Jammu, and Kashmir, he has said, the situation is improved in the state. He keeps full faith on Border Security Forces of Jammu and Kashmir. India instead of being a largely Muslim populated country, ISIS could not make India their fort. More than 90, ISIS supporters have been arrested.
Coastal Security is also improved now. State disaster response fund allocation is now 61220 crores from 33581 crores.
In 1984, India observed an unfortunate Sikh riot. HMO has increased compensation for families affected by anti Sikh riots of 1984. Certain cases have been reopened.