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BJP’s Subramanian Swamy asks Sri Lanka to gear up for cyberwarfare


Sri Lanka should gear up for cyber warfare by augmenting its capabilities to satisfy the calls for of Twenty first-century nationwide safety, India’s Bharatiya Janata Occasion (BJP) chief and Rajya Sabha member Subramanian Swamy mentioned on Wednesday.

Visiting Sri Lanka on Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa’s invitation for Navarathri celebrations at his official residence, Temple Bushes, Mr. Swamy spoke on the Institute of Nationwide Safety Research – a assume tank established underneath Sri Lanka’s Ministry of Defence.

“Nationwide Safety within the Twenty first century just isn’t about advancing armies or aeroplanes flying above… and no nation is massive or small. All international locations are superpowers or nothing, in accordance with their preparation to satisfy cyber warfare,” he said, underscoring the necessity for international locations to work out their aims, priorities, technique, and useful resource mobilisation that he termed the “4 pillars” of nationwide safety.

Responding to questions later, Mr. Swamy shared his perspective on the civil battle, the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi by the LTTE; the present tensions between India and China and a “possible battle” between the powers, and rising geopolitical dynamics. On Indo-Lanka relations, he noticed that Sri Lanka had obtained a “uncooked deal” from India for the reason that Rajapaksa authorities got here to energy, and it was “sought to be corrected”.

Earlier on Wednesday, Mr. Swamy referred to as on President Gotabaya Rajapaksa and advocated a “sturdy, pleasant relationship between Sri Lanka and India,” a press release from the President’s workplace mentioned.

Supply: The Hindu



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