Relations between Taliban, Al Qaeda and terrorist group LeT-JeM are a matter of concern – India spoke at UNSC

Ambassador TS Tirumurti, chairman of the UN Security Council’s Counter-Terrorism Committee, has expressed concern over links between the Taliban, al-Qaeda and Pakistan-based terrorist groups such as Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed.

Ambassador TS Tirumurti, Chairman of the Counter-Terrorism Committee of the United Nations Security Council.

Afghanistan (Afghanistan) In Taliban ,TalibanAfter the capture of ) there has been a great concern for the world about the growth of terrorist groups here. Meanwhile, on Monday, Ambassador TS Tirumurti (Chairman of the UN Security Council Anti-Terrorism Committee)TS Tirumurti) has expressed concern over links between the Taliban, al Qaeda and Pakistan-based terrorist groups such as Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed. TS Tirumurti has said that the links between the Security Council-banned Taliban, Al-Qaeda and terrorist organizations like Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed are another source of concern and that is why there remains a serious concern that Afghanistan It could become a safe haven for Al Qaeda and many terrorist groups in the region.

“The coming to power of the Taliban in Afghanistan poses a complex security threat outside the region, particularly in parts of Africa, where terrorist groups may try to use the example of the Taliban,” he said. We also know that misuse of information and communication technology for terrorist purposes is on the rise, including new technologies such as artificial intelligence, robotics, “deep fakes” and blockchain.

More recently, India had made an indirect reference to the neighboring country of Pakistan, saying that some terrorist organizations have made a “mock” of the UN Security Council’s sanctions regime by taking full advantage of the exemption given for humanitarian work and the neighborhood Terrorist organizations banned in the U.S. have projected themselves as humanitarian organizations to protect themselves from sanctions. TS Tirumurti had said, ‘It is important that the sanctions do not obstruct legitimate human needs. However, it is necessary that while providing relaxation on humanitarian grounds, utmost care should be exercised, especially with respect to the places where terrorists have been sheltered.

Restriction arrangements need to be constantly reviewed – Tirumurti

Tirumurti had said that there is a need to constantly review these restriction arrangements so that they can adapt to the changing situation and prove effective. The chairmen of sanctions committees need to play a more proactive role to address the challenges in implementing these sanctions.

India is currently a non-permanent member of the Security Council for a two-year term. Tirumurti is the chairman of the 1988 Taliban Sanctions Committee, the Libya Sanctions Committee and the Anti-Terrorism Committee. Tirumurti had also said that the restrictions should be implemented at the end only after exhausting all the options. These sanctions should be enforced in accordance with the provisions of the United Nations Charter and should not violate the sanctions of international law.

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