Govt committed to fight communal forces: Moily
Proposed Communal Violence Bill will help the Government in effectively fighting fundamental forces in the country, Union Law Minister M Veerappa Moily said today.
Solapur: Proposed Communal Violence Bill
will help the Government in effectively fighting fundamental
forces in the country, Union Law Minister M Veerappa Moily
The Centre will not allow the fascists and communal
forces to raise their head. The Communal Violence Bill has
been proposed to fight such forces and it would soon become a
law, he told reporters here in Western Maharashtra.
He said it is the duty of the states to curb communal
violence, terrorism and Naxal activities. "We have laws, but
there should be will power to keep in check these forces."
The Union Home Ministry is looking into financial
sources of terror and Naxal outfits, the Minister said.
Moily said there will be no delay in punishing Ajmal
Kasab, awarded death penalty in 26/11 Mumbai attacks case, and
the court order fill be fast tracked. "Within a year, Kasab
will be hanged."
Many improvements have been done in national security
apparatus and state have been empowered to deal with terrorist
activities, he said.