India on Tuesday welcomed the UN Security Council decision to declare Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba leader Abdul Rehman Makki as a global terrorist and said threats from terrorism in the region remain high and sanctions by the UNSC are an effective tool to curb such threats. External Affairs Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi also said India will continue to press the international community to take credible, verifiable and irreversible action against terrorism.
Jaishankar addressed the issue of terrorism in Afghanistan at the meeting of the United Nations Security Council. In the Security Council meeting, Jaishankar's speech also mentioned the 9/11 terrorist attack in New York and the 26/11 Mumbai attack. He called for international action against Pakistan to combat terrorism.
Terrorism has also become a big issue in the Gujarat assembly elections. Attacking the Congress, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that Terrorism is a vote bank for Congress. Targeting the Congress on the issue of terrorism, the PM said that the ideology of the Congress on terror is still the same and the Congress started crying over the Batla encounter.
Attacking the Congress in Gujarat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that 'Modi is the target of the Congress, not terrorism'. Targeting the Congress on the issue of terrorism, the PM said that the ideology of the Congress on terror is still the same and the Congress started crying over the Batla encounter.