PM Narendra Modi will inaugurate the third “No Money for Terror Conference” with representatives of 78 countries.
The issue on terror financing will be discussed at the 3rd “No Money for Terror Conference” hosting in India from November 18-19.
On November 17, at National Media Centre in New Delhi the NIA director General Dinkar Gupta has addresses the media regarding the third edition of “No Money for Terror” conference.
India has evidence of crowdfunding activities on social media used to fund terror activities.
The chief of the federal anti-terror agency said that it is a sensitive issue of using social media platforms to finance terror that need to be discussed at the third “No Money for Terror Conference”.
Delhi | Social media platforms are used as crowdfunding platforms, & finances raised through such sources are ultimately used for terror purposes. This is an issue which needs to be discussed: NIA DG Dinkar Gupta on 'No Money For Terror' Conference pic.twitter.com/B9wBv4OR5c— ANI (@ANI) November 17, 2022
There is an official confirmation that representatives of 78 countries will attend the events except Pakistan and Afghanistan. There is still no confirmation from China.
NIA Director General, Dinkar Gupta said “The measures to curb such cases of terror funding would be discussed in the ‘No Money for Terror’ ministerial conference, being held in Delhi on November 18-19.”
Indian PM Narendra Modi will inaugurate the two day conference with representatives of 78 countries.
This main goal of the conference is to enhance global cooperation to deny finances to terrorists.