Amendment in NIA Act, 14 August 2019
War on Terror
War on Terror
The Policy of Zero Tolerance
Amendment in NIA Act, 2 August 2019
New crimes included in NIA jurisdiction Expansion of territorial jurisdiction of the NIA
Right to seize the Money/property earned
Right to declare a person terrorist
It is the need of the hour for every section
of society that trusts humanity to stand up
for the armed forces. Only then can
terrorism be combated effectively.
- Shri Narendra Modi
(Hon’ble Prime Minister)
Coordination in efforts for
Strategies prepared by
Institutional mechanisms were
established to keep a
vigil on the execution.
Integrated work plan with
Jihad terrorism, Northeastern insurgency, Left-wing
terrorism, Kashmir terrorism, FICN, Narcotics
Financing, Non-profit organizations, and Hawala
The area of MAC was expanded and many challenges like cyber-security, narco-terrorism,
illegal gunned networks, organized criminal networks, and emerging hot spots of radicalism
were added to its area
A central database created on the basis of information.
National Memory Bank established and implemented with effect.
Special Protection Group (SPG)
Act 1988 amended
Amendment in Arm’s Act 1959
The weapons and
area was opened for
For Private Areas
Hon’ble Prime Minister Made
SPG rules more effective to
ensure complete protection
To stop illegal smuggling
and use of weapons.
Sikhs for Justice was
declared an illegal
Expansion in the charter of
the Police research and
Integrated work plan to stop radicalization
Revamping Mac (Multi-Agency Centre), Working Multi
Agency Centre (Work, Power, and Duty) Order, 2022
Integrated Work Plan to
After 2014 no big terror attacks in
Empowered India: significant reduction
Under the new amendment,
38 people have been declared terrorist.
Reduction in shelf-life of terrorists: The shelf-life of terrorists that
was about 2 years in 2017-18 has been reduced to a few days only.
Limiting the ability to execute terrorist incidents: Terror incidents
that were very high earlier, got limited to 1 or 2 incidents.
Ban on glorifying terrorism.
(2006 - 2013)
(2014 - 2021)
We will have to unite against terrorism
because terrorism is not against any
person or government but it is against
- Shri Amit Shah
(Hon’ble Home Minister)