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Terrorism is biggest violation of human rights: Amit Shah
 
New Delhi: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday said that terrorism is the biggest violation of human rights. In order to fight cross border terrorism, cross border cooperation is very important, and for this Interpol is the best platform.

Shah said all countries must agree on the definition of terrorism and terrorist, Ministry of Home Affairs in a statement stated. Shah said this during his address at the closing session, of Interpol’s 90th General Assembly, organized in New Delhi during the 75th year of India’s independence.

Today, terrorism is a global problem and it is very appropriate that it is the first and most important of the 7 global policing goals of Interpol for the period 2020-2025, he added. Over the last 100 years, Interpol has become a very large and effective platform, comprising 195 countries, that has been playing a very important role in controlling crime across the world, he said.

India is one of the oldest members of Interpol. It joined Interpol in 1949, Shah said. The criminal justice system is not something new for India. Whenever the concept of ‘state’ was introduced, policing must have emerged as the first responsibility of the state. The security of its citizens is for any state, its first responsibility, he said.

In order to control criminals, a justice system is a necessary aspect of any effective and successful governing mechanism. It is only justice that can ensure good governance in society, he added.


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