The Narendra Modi government of the centre has adopted a zero-tolerance policy against terrorism, it has troubled the bosses of terrorism in Pakistan. After the Pulwama terror attack, India has seen the impact of the blow to the terrorists by making Balakot airstrikes ...
The central government said on Tuesday in the Lok Sabha that zero-tolerance policy against terrorism in J & K has been successful. Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai said that in 2019, the incidence of infiltration from border crossings in Jammu and Kashmir has decreased by 43 per cent compared to last year. In response to a written question, Nityanand said that after the Balakot Air Strike, incidents of infiltration decreased. The Modi government is constantly running Operation All Out against terror.
Nityanand Rai said in the Lok Sabha that the government adopted a zero-tolerance policy against infiltration in Jammu and Kashmir and our security forces have done a great job. Success also got success in the first half of this year. The state's current security system is proof of this. Home Minister G Kishan Reddy said in the Lok Sabha that terror incidents have reduced by 28 per cent in the state. The recruitment of local youth in terrorist organizations also reduced by 40 per cent.
Jammu and Kashmir have killed 22 per cent more terrorists compared to last year. Minister of State for Home, Nityanand Rai said that the state was full of thorns in collaboration with PDP in the state. In spite of this, the Center has done a good job in collaboration with the state government against terrorism. Internal security was corrected to prevent terrorism in the state. The government has done many things like border fencing, intelligence improvement, cooperation in the search operation and state-of-the-art weapons near the security forces.