Appeasement policy of previous govts created problem for country: HM Amit shah

New Delhi (UNI) Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday said that the appeasement policy of the previous governments had created many problems for the country. There was violence and unrest in Jammu and Kashmir, left-wing extremist-affected areas, and the Northeast for decades due to several wrong policies.

Delivering a lecture on “Security Beyond Tomorrow: Forging India’s Resilient Future” and launching ‘ORF Foreign Policy Survey’ here, Shah said India shares a land border with six countries and a maritime border with seven countries.

The Home Minister said, “In 75 years we have faced terrorism, extremism, and left-wing extremism on the internal security front, and thousands of innocent civilians and security personnel have become victims of these..”

He said that since 2014, the Modi government has adopted the policy of zero tolerance and made a strategy to completely eliminate terrorism.

*We have not only considered it necessary to deal with terrorism, but we have also dealt a blow to its ecosystem. Due to its two-pronged policy, the Modi government has achieved huge success in these three hotspots,” Shah said.

The Home Minster said that in the last 10 years, due to the efforts of Prime Minister Modi, India has achieved great success in establishing political stability, corruption-free governance, public welfare, investor-friendly agenda and peaceful environment.

He said 2024 is also important for the whole world because this year elections are going to be held in 40 democratic countries of the world and about 3.3 billion people will vote in these elections.

Nearly 1 billion voters of India will also vote in the Lok Sabha elections. “We will celebrate the festival of democracy in a very good manner in India, the world’s oldest and largest democracy,” he added.

He said the launch of the ‘ORF Foreign Policy Survey-2023’ shows that Prime Minister Modi and the government of India have been successful in taking even a difficult subject like foreign policy to the common people of the country.

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