Earlier, Director General CISF - O P Singh said that "We (CISF) are working towards nurturing our core underlying qualities like discipline, turnout, physical fitness and tactical soundness that render us the vital edge in our functioning".
India's federal anti-terrorism probe agency, the National Investigation Agency, set up in 2009 in the aftermath of 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, has a new headquarters in New Delhi.
He termed terrorism a "curse" that no civilised country can accept. Union home minister Rajnath Singh said on Tuesday that the "morale of terror groups as well as separatists has been hit hard ever since the crackdown against the flow of funds from neighbouring countries was launched".
The Home Minister also hailed the NIA's role in curbing the menace of fake currency which acted as oxygen for "militancy".
Singh said five to six terrorists were killed in Jammu and Kashmir every day because of sustained efforts of the Army, paramilitary forces and other security agencies. Lauding the work of the probe agency for proving its credibility in the last eight-and-half years since its formation in 2008, Singh said the conviction rate of the agency was over 90 per cent.More news: The synth sounds of Blade Runner explored and replicated
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Singh also claimed that India has taken remarkable steps to highlight the menace of terrorism in the global forums.
"I will soon take up the demand for setting up the Vishwakarma Community Development Corporation with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and to celebrate Vishwakarma Jayanthi across the country", he assured the backward community on the occasion.
Kumar said the investigations conducted by the NIA have helped unearth an entire range of illegal activities involving terror funding to specific incidents of terror, including the killing of innocent persons.
Delivering the vote of thanks, Mr Y.C. Modi, who has been named the new NIA chief and will take charge later this month, said he would live up to the government's expectations and would not let it down in his new role.