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Britain’s crackdown on “extremist” infiltration from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Indonesia

The British government is taking measures to prevent the entry of “extremists” from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Indonesia.British Prime Minister Rishi Sonak has warned of the “extremist threat” and urged unity, The Times of India reported.According to the report, the British government is drawing up new plans to prevent “hate preachers with radical Islamist views” from entering the country from countries such as Afghanistan, Pakistan and Indonesia.London is concerned by a “shocking” increase in “extremist activities,” the report said.Based on this report, the responsible authorities have the duty to identify the “most dangerous extremists” from abroad in order to include them in the visa warning lists.