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No compromise on India’s border security: Amit Shah

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The government wants friendly relations with all countries but it will not compromise with India’s border security and the safety of its people, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said on Monday. Shah also said that the Modi government has successfully tackled the three internal security hotspots — ‘Jammu and Kashmir, the Northeast and the Left Wing Extremism (LWE) affected areas’? — in its 10 years of rule.
“Our external and internal policy is clear. We want friendly relations with other countries.
But there will be no compromise on the country’s border security and the security of its people,” he said while participating in a discussion on the subject ‘Security Beyond Tomorrow: Forging India’s Resilient Future’
here.
Shah said other countries have respected this policy of the government.
He said due to the appeasement policy, the previous governments have created many
internal security problems.
The three internal security hotspots of the country ‘Jammu and Kashmir, Northeast and LWE affected areas’? had come up due to the wrong policies of the previous government, he said.

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