India faces challenges of terrorism and radicalisation: Rajnath

Hyderabad: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said the world is facing challenges like terrorism and radicalisation, and India is not unaffected by such threats.

He said the next five years would be crucial for security forces in resolving challenges related to terrorism and communalism, especially in Jammu and Kahmir, the northeast and left wing extremism-affected areas of the country.

Addressing IPS probationers at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy (NPA) here, Singh advised the passing out cadets to take a vow to eradicate such problems.

“Today, the world is engulfed by the fear of terrorism and radicalisation. Outfits such as ISIS and Al-Qaeda are killing innocent people across the globe and there is a threat from nuclear arms. People are facing the issues of cyber attacks. These organisations are continuously coming out with newer ideas,” the home minister said.

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