NEW DELHI: urge Interpol to speed up Red Corner warnings against fugitives, PM Modi said here on Tuesday that there could be no safe havens for the corrupt, terrorists, drug cartels, poaching gangs and organized crime.
Inaugurating the 90th Interpol General Assembly, Ways he said the global community needs to work swiftly to eliminate these safe havens where the corrupt find a way to park the proceeds of crime. His statement is significant considering Interpol Secretary General Jurgen Stock’s remark on Monday about his “limitations” in issuing Red Corner notices.

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Over 750 such alerts are active from India; about 200 of them are against fugitives such as Dawood Ibrahim, Chhota Shakeel and Hafiz Saeed.
New Delhi: Urging Interpol to expedite Red Corner’s warnings against fugitives, Prime Minister Modi said here on Tuesday that there could be no safe havens for the corrupt, terrorists, drug cartels, poaching gangs and crime. organized.
Inaugurating Interpol’s 90th General Assembly, Modi said there is a need for the global community to work swiftly to eliminate these safe havens where the corrupt find a way to park the proceeds of crime. His statement is significant considering Interpol Secretary General Jurgen Stock’s remark on Monday about his “limitations” in issuing Red Corner notices.
Over 750 such alerts are active from India; about 200 of them are against fugitives such as Dawood Ibrahim, Chhota Shakeel and Hafiz Saeed.
New Delhi: Urging Interpol to expedite Red Corner’s warnings against fugitives, Prime Minister Modi said here on Tuesday that there could be no safe havens for the corrupt, terrorists, drug cartels, poaching gangs and crime. organized.
Inaugurating Interpol’s 90th General Assembly, Modi said there is a need for the global community to work swiftly to eliminate these safe havens where the corrupt find a way to park the proceeds of crime. His statement is significant considering Interpol Secretary General Jurgen Stock’s remark on Monday about his “limitations” in issuing Red Corner notices.
Over 750 such alerts are active from India; about 200 of them are against fugitives such as Dawood Ibrahim, Chhota Shakeel and Hafiz Saeed.



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