India China Internal Security Agreement

China said today that its first internal security cooperation agreement with India would provide an institutional guarantee for the fight against cross-border crimes, but it remained provocative in the face of any change in attitudes aimed at blocking India`s efforts to include Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) Pakistani leader Masood Azhar as a global terrorist by the UN. Beyond these high-level issues, the agreement will be useful in addressing issues of common interest such as drug trafficking, human trafficking and disaster management. The pact focuses on terrorism, drugs and human trafficking, information exchange and disaster management. The importance of the agreement is evident from the fact that the signatory on the Indian side was the Union Minister of the Interior Rajnath Singh, and the Chinese Minister of Public Security Zhao Kezhi. The upcoming meeting could lead to a future agreement between India and China on the exchange of convicted prisoners, another official said. The agreement followed the first high-level meeting on bilateral security cooperation, co-chaired by Rajnath Singh and Zhao, who led a delegation of more than 30 Chinese diplomats. Zhao is visiting India from 21 to 25 October, during which he will also visit Mumbai. China`s minister of public security Zhao Kezhi will visit India next month and meet with Interior Minister Rajnath Singh to discuss various aspects of security cooperation between the two countries. The new agreement can be seen as part of the new trend in Chinese and Indian relations initiated by the Wuhan summit between Prime Minister Modi and President Xi Jinping earlier this year. India and China signed an initial security cooperation agreement on Monday that will strengthen and strengthen aid to fight terrorism, organized crime, drug control, human trafficking and information exchange, marking a new beginning between the two countries. In addition to terrorism, India also wants an agreement on cross-border crime and cybercrime and the management of economic criminals, as China has well-known cybercrime capabilities. The agreement will contain an important element of information exchange, which will help to anticipate criminal acts. To this end, there are plans to set up an emergency call number 24×7 to facilitate the exchange of information.

Above are the real issues related to homeland security, the MHA/government should play a mediating role on the Chinese instead of Goody-goody Ni Hao Ma and Namastey. Of course, China will simulate innocence, but if we remain delicate, China will expand its activities to destabilize us from within. Chinese secret service operations are established in India pan-India.