HM Amit Shah Chaired General Security Strategy Meet


New Delhi: On 18th October, Home Minister Amit Shah chaired National Security Strategies Conference at IB (Intelligence Bureau) headquarters. The Meet was attended by the Director-General of Police of all States along with Director Generals of the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF). 
According to media reports, Cyber-attacks from China, illegal migration, and counter-terrorism measures were discussed.
The participants were told that while the Pakistani cyber-attacks are focused on stealing identity and personal data. Whereas, the Chinese hackers are more sophisticated and strike at will.
Earlier in March 2020, Union Power Ministry said the government prevented Chinese hacker groups from targeting various Indian power centers in November 2020 and February 2021. 
The counter-terror session was centered on Islamic terrorism. But, there was no mention of extremism involving other religions.
The session on illegal migrants summarized the Rohingya migrant crisis.
The aftermath of the Taliban taking over power in Afghanistan was not discussed anywhere in the meeting. An official said the topic would be discussed threadbare at the annual Director General of Police (DGP) meet to be chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi later this year.
The role of certain non-government organizations (NGOs) in stoking protests was also highlighted.
“Deliberations were detailed and expansive, given the presence of all DGPs and DGs of CPFs. The conference deliberated on various internal security challenges and discussed ways to tackle them firmly,” the Home Ministry had tweeted.


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