Union Home Minister Amit Shah will on Thursday inaugurate the third ‘Anti-Terror Conference’ in Delhi, where he will hold a meeting with pan-India chiefs of the Anti Terrorism Squad (ATS).
The conference has been called by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in the wake of the recent Khalistani and terror activities in the country.
According to the details, the chiefs of the ATS would work on an action plan against gangsters operating from foreign soil.
The chiefs of the NIA, Intelligence Bureau (IB) and various state ATS units will be present at the meeting. As part of the broader plan, they will also collaborate to share inputs on terror activities.
Earlier today, Shah said the Narendra Modi government at the Centre is firmly committed to rooting out terrorism from India.