NEW DELHI: Without naming Pakistan, India utilized the chief South-South participation gathering to make a move against fear based oppression and called for backing to New Delhi's drive of the Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism that was tabled at the UN.
"Today, the greatest danger to universal peace, and to the power of states, is the marvel of fear based oppression," Vice President Hamid Ansari said in his location at the seventeenth Non-Aligned Summit (NAM) in the Venezuelan island of Margarita on Saturday.
"No cause legitimizes the unpredictable executing of guiltless regular citizens as a way to accomplish a political objective or change of arrangements," he said.
Expressing that fear mongering is a standout amongst the most appalling wellsprings of human right infringement today, he said "its utilization as an instrument of state strategy is to be unequivocally denounced".
"It has turned into a noteworthy obstruction to improvement," Mr Ansari said.
"It is subsequently basic for the Non-Aligned Movement to electrify the global group to fortify the universal legitimate structure to address this menace,including by receiving the draft Comprehensive UN Convention on Terrorism, to guarantee the nearest collaboration amongst the worldwide group to counter the scourge of dread," he expressed.
"We should likewise guarantee that every single existing structure that are the building squares of UN's Global Counter Terrorism Strategy capacity in a non-fanatic and expert way."
The Vice President called for "solid activity in the battle against fear mongering" and the need to set up an instrument inside NAM that would guarantee "viable participation in fighting psychological oppression, that is the principle risk to security, sway and improvement".
Mr Ansari is driving the Indian assignment to the premier summit of creating countries being facilitated by the South American nation.
He called for advancement participation as it was a key method for advancing and creating universal solidarity and putting a human face on the effect of monetary globalization.
"This turns into all the more vital in the light of the selection of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the Agenda 2030 which, if actualized effectively, will change the lives of every one of our nationals," the Vice President said.
"It would be a reaffirmation of our dedication as a Movement to guarantee the poise and advancement of all mankind."
NAM includes 53 nations from Africa, 39 from Asia, 26 from Latin America and the Caribbean and two from Europe.
There are 17 nations and 10 global associations that are eyewitnesses at NAM, which appeared 55 years back when pioneers of 25 creating nations met at the 1961 Belgrade Conference.
India, one of the establishing individuals from the Movement, facilitated the seventh NAM Summit in 1983 in New Delhi. The last NAM Summit was facilitated by Iran in 2012.