PM Modi will attend the annual conference of DGP and IGP today, security-terrorism will be discussed
The DGP-IGP annual conference has begun in Delhi. Today PM Modi will also participate in this conference. There will be talks about border security. Cyber security can also be discussed there.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will participate in the two-day DGP conference from today. The DGP conference started yesterday at the Indian Agricultural Research Institute in Pusa, the country's capital Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval will address this annual meeting. It is likely to discuss the latest situation in Jammu and Kashmir, border management and maritime security. In this conference, many issues including cybercrime, the war against drugs, and the challenges of dealing with terrorism will be discussed. Apart from this, many other issues will also be discussed.
The PMO informed that it is being done through digital mediums and many representatives including DGPs of States and Union Territories, and Central Police Organizations will attend the conference through digital mediums. An official said that around 350 top officers of the country at the level of Director General (DGP) and Inspector General (IGP) will participate in this meeting. The threat from Khalistani extremists, challenges facing the economy, cryptocurrency, Maoist violence and the issue of insurgency in the Northeast are likely to be discussed in the meeting.
According to the Prime Minister's Office (PMO), in this conference, cybercrime happening in the country, challenges of dealing with terrorism, reforms for prison and many other big issues will be discussed. Apart from this, the conference is being held for discussion with intelligence officers and police. According to the PMO, the Prime Minister's Conference has initiated discussions on future topics related to policing and security.