An overview of PM Modi talking about Radicalization

PM Modi talked about the current modifications in Afghanistan, and the reflection of those advancements is the augmenting radicalization.

Formulating a template by the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) is a necessity to efficiently handle the challenges of radicalization and extremism as per the assertions of PM Narendra Modi on Friday. He extended his statement on virtual platforms by saying that, “I believe the biggest challenges in the region are related to peace, security & trust deficit.”

He also touched upon the current modifications in Afghanistan and the reflection of those advancements is the augmenting radicalization.


What must be the core of these problems? The fundamental cause of these problems has created a fuss. The development of a powerful system amongst tolerant, reasonable, and inclusive organizations and beliefs associated with Islam was also discussed. Moreover, “The fight against radicalization is not only needed for regional security and trust but also required to ensure a bright future for the youth of the region.”

India is perpetrated to boost its bond with Central Asia. We acknowledge that landlocked Central Asian nations can assist enormously by India’s massive market. Initiatives are never a “one-way street”, and should be transparent, participatory, and consultative. The territorial virtue of all countries is an integral part of this whole procedure. He highlighted the importance of motivating the youth to adopt and acquire a scientific and analytical strategy. A unique blend of entrepreneurs and startups can induce a creative passion towards making our nation a stakeholder in this emerging and evolving world of technology. As Iran became a new member country of the SCO. PM Modi welcomed the country. He also greeted Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar.

A meeting between External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar and China Foreign Minister Wang Yi at the summit happened. Both of them did brainstorming discussions on the recent situation along the LAC that is the Line of Actual Control. They also shared their views on global expansions. As per the declaration made by MEA, “The EAM conveyed that India had never subscribed to any clash of civilizations theory. He said that India and China had to deal with each other on merits and establish a relationship based on mutual respect. For this, China needed to avoid viewing our bilateral relations from the perspective of its relations with third countries.” Jaishankar also convened with his companions from Armenia, Iran, and Uzbekistan. They also discussed the recent evolutions in Afghanistan. Withstanding local challenges and the paths to improve bilateral connections.

In his convention with Armenian Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan, Jaishankar asserted the two leaders entirely surveyed the bilateral alliance and conceded to collaborate to broaden it further. Chinese President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Narendra Modi would address the meeting via video link. China has kept its embassy open in Kabul, Russia, and Pakistan. It has maintained tight transmission with the Taliban’s provisional government though it has not formally comprehended it.

21st summit at Dushanbe is being held in the presence of an eight-member SCO grouping of Russia, China, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, and India. Imran Khan, Prime Minister of Pakistan on Friday said, “Afghanistan could not be “controlled from the outside” and that Islamabad will continue to support the war-torn neighboring country.” He further extended his statement by compelling the Taliban to accomplish the promises.

The Taliban insurgents fumed across Afghanistan and occupied all important cities as Afghan security forces motivated and equipped by the US and its allies loosened up. Foreigners and Afghan nationals have escaped the new Taliban administration and seek insurance in diverse nations including many European nations which lead to the demise of thousands and the turmoil.