India Lanka to hold talks on ISIS threat in South Asia

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India and Sri Lanka will hold a dialogue on how to check the growing threat of the Islamic State in South Asia and any attempt by the terror outfit to destabilise the region

The issue was discussed when Home Minister Rajnath Singh called on visiting Prime Minister of Sri Lanka Ranil Wickremesinghe here on Wednesday

The home minister welcomed the Sri Lankan prime minister and emphasised on the close political ties between the two countries

Both the leaders expressed concern over the growing ISIS threat and agreed that there should be a continuous dialogue between the security organisations of the two countries to thwart any attempt by the terror outfit to destabilise the stability and peace in the region, an official statement said

The issues concerning the fishermen who inadvertently cross the international maritime boundary line were also discussed and it was felt that the same should be resolved at the earliest with no more loss of lives, it said. (PTI)

  Comments - 4

  • JO Supporter Thursday, 27 April 2017 06:10 PM

    I am more terrified about India and Ranil than ISIS, to be honest.

    Nihal Amarasekera Thursday, 27 April 2017 07:21 PM

    Common threats should be addressed in unison.

    INDIA's PROBLEMS Friday, 28 April 2017 06:42 AM

    Let India solve its problems (on why there is an ISIS threat). Pl don't get dragged into india;s conflicts and create the wrath due to others problems.

    COMMON ? Friday, 28 April 2017 06:45 AM

    We don't have problems of the magnitude like "Kashere" - Please do not fall for India's trap.


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