India's security vulnerabilities are going to be 'much more greater' in times to come: NSA Ajit Doval
National Security Advisor Ajit Doval was addressing the 41st Directors conference at Defence Research and Development Organisation.
The FATF is currently headed by China and has Malaysia, Turkey as well as Saudi Arabia as its members.
Terrorism is a low-cost sustainable option which may damage enemies to a great extent, Doval said in a reference to Pakistan.
Crown Prince Salman expressed understanding about India's approach and actions in Jammu and Kashmir, sources said.
Doval, who was on a daylong visit to Kashmir Valley, chaired a high-level meeting with security forces and administrative officials in Srinagar.
Reports said that a planned JeM attack against the Prime Minister, Home Minister and the NSA in addition to attacks in 30 Indian cities came up during the security review taken by the NSA.
The NSA had camped for 11 days in the valley after the Centre announced its decision to withdraw the special status of Jammu and Kashmir.
Raja noted that Doval's statements were not in line with the stance maintained by the Central government that the move to revoke Article 370 is India's internal matter.
The NSA also said Pakistan co-opted small Kashmiri separatist groups and fomented unrest by arousing fear and suspicion about India, which later took on a religious colour.
Ajit Doval told a select group of journalists that there are Pakistani communications towers along a 20-km stretch of the border from where they are sending messages to terrorists.
Doval also said that the police and central armed forces are present to handle law and order in the state and to prevent Pakistan from creating more mischief through proxies and terrorists.
Doval's visit was on the invitation of his Russian counterpart Nikolai Patrushev.
Doval, who had recently spent around 11 days in the Valley amid the security lockdown, returned to Delhi recently. It was Doval's first direct briefing for the Home Minister at his office.
The NSA also ensured smooth coordination between all arms of security forces in J-K and gelling them with available intelligence inputs for smooth operations in the hinterland.
However, Eid prayers were disallowed at the Syed Yaqoob Shah shrine at Sonawar in Srinagar and the famous Hazratbal shrine.