According to a US report, the Indian government made substantial efforts to find, stop, and weaken the operations of terrorist organizations
According to the US Bureau of Counterterrorism's 'Country Reports on Terrorism 2021: India', the Indian government has made substantial efforts to find, stop, and weaken the operations of terrorist organizations.
The US Bureau of Counterterrorism's report stated that "the Indian government made significant efforts to identify, disrupt, and degrade operations of terrorist organizations."
In 2021, a change in militants' strategies was noted. They began targeting civilians and relying more heavily on IEDs, including a drone-based explosive assault on an air force base.
The "Country Reports on Terrorism 2021: India" report claims that India makes an effort to cooperate with terrorism investigations and answers quickly to U.S. requests for information in reaction to information from the US, reducing threats. Cooperative efforts to thwart terrorist travel are ongoing, and U.S. officials are alerted to potential threats against the country and its interests.
However, there were no modifications made to India's anti-terrorism laws in 2021. India increased the number of Multi-Agency Centers at the state level to improve intelligence sharing between state and federal organizations.
At airport locations, India is adopting dual-screen X-raying for cargo screening.
Through September 2021, the NIA examined 37 ISIS-related cases and detained 168 suspects.