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Demonetisation led to check on narcotics trade: MoS Home

MoS for Home Hansraj Ahir said, 'peace has returned in Kashmir while many Naxal supporters and their families have surrendered to police in Odisha'

Press Trust of India  |  Hyderabad 

Indian villagers wait inside a bank to make the transactions in Basendua village in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday. Photo: Agence France-Presse/Getty Images
Indian villagers wait inside a bank to make the transactions in Basendua village in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday. Photo: Agence France-Presse/Getty Images

The drive has led to controlling of trade and funding for terrorists and Maoists, Union Minister of State for Home Hansraj Ahir said today.

"Black money used to have a major adverse impact on society. trade is very big and its marketing takes place from Afghanistan and through other ports and the whole trade happens in black money.



"That trade, which destroys the youth of the world and the country, had a big impact. The money there (trade) would go to terrorists and Maoists. We have proof. Now there is a stop on all those," he told reporters here.

He said peace has returned in Kashmir while many Naxal supporters and their families have surrendered to police in Odisha.

Ahir, who attended the three-day annual conference of DGPs and IGPs at the National Police Academy here, said the event discussed ways to tackle crime and improving policing.

"This programme has been going on for many years. It is the good luck of Hyderabad that such a training academy for IPS is in Hyderabad and Telangana. Prime Minister (Narendra Modi) was here.

About the conference, he said, "New suggestions come, the introduction of digital police stations, e-challans (traffic), CCTV cameras be used extensively... All these things happen. It is routine."

"It is the first time that the Prime Minister and Home Minister Rajnath Singh are spending so much time," he added.

Noting that the drive is in the national interest, he said steps are being taken to reduce people's inconvenience.

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Demonetisation led to check on narcotics trade: MoS Home

MoS for Home Hansraj Ahir said, 'peace has returned in Kashmir while many Naxal supporters and their families have surrendered to police in Odisha'

MoS for Home Hansraj Ahir said, 'peace has returned in Kashmir while many Naxal supporters and their families have surrendered to police in Odisha' The drive has led to controlling of trade and funding for terrorists and Maoists, Union Minister of State for Home Hansraj Ahir said today.

"Black money used to have a major adverse impact on society. trade is very big and its marketing takes place from Afghanistan and through other ports and the whole trade happens in black money.

"That trade, which destroys the youth of the world and the country, had a big impact. The money there (trade) would go to terrorists and Maoists. We have proof. Now there is a stop on all those," he told reporters here.

He said peace has returned in Kashmir while many Naxal supporters and their families have surrendered to police in Odisha.

Ahir, who attended the three-day annual conference of DGPs and IGPs at the National Police Academy here, said the event discussed ways to tackle crime and improving policing.

"This programme has been going on for many years. It is the good luck of Hyderabad that such a training academy for IPS is in Hyderabad and Telangana. Prime Minister (Narendra Modi) was here.

About the conference, he said, "New suggestions come, the introduction of digital police stations, e-challans (traffic), CCTV cameras be used extensively... All these things happen. It is routine."

"It is the first time that the Prime Minister and Home Minister Rajnath Singh are spending so much time," he added.

Noting that the drive is in the national interest, he said steps are being taken to reduce people's inconvenience.
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Demonetisation led to check on narcotics trade: MoS Home

MoS for Home Hansraj Ahir said, 'peace has returned in Kashmir while many Naxal supporters and their families have surrendered to police in Odisha'

The drive has led to controlling of trade and funding for terrorists and Maoists, Union Minister of State for Home Hansraj Ahir said today.

"Black money used to have a major adverse impact on society. trade is very big and its marketing takes place from Afghanistan and through other ports and the whole trade happens in black money.

"That trade, which destroys the youth of the world and the country, had a big impact. The money there (trade) would go to terrorists and Maoists. We have proof. Now there is a stop on all those," he told reporters here.

He said peace has returned in Kashmir while many Naxal supporters and their families have surrendered to police in Odisha.

Ahir, who attended the three-day annual conference of DGPs and IGPs at the National Police Academy here, said the event discussed ways to tackle crime and improving policing.

"This programme has been going on for many years. It is the good luck of Hyderabad that such a training academy for IPS is in Hyderabad and Telangana. Prime Minister (Narendra Modi) was here.

About the conference, he said, "New suggestions come, the introduction of digital police stations, e-challans (traffic), CCTV cameras be used extensively... All these things happen. It is routine."

"It is the first time that the Prime Minister and Home Minister Rajnath Singh are spending so much time," he added.

Noting that the drive is in the national interest, he said steps are being taken to reduce people's inconvenience.

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