PM Modi,Amit Shah and Ajit Doval have a Top Cops Meet at Lucknow inclusive of all states

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah and National Security Adviser Ajit Doval today attended the 56th Conference of Director Generals of Police (DGP) and Inspector Generals of Police (IGP) at Police Headquarters in Lucknow. This meet is being held on November 20 and 21 for a span of 2 days.

DGP’s of the States and Union Territories, as well as Heads of Central Armed Police Forces and Central Police Organisation will attend the Conference physically at the venue at Lucknow.   

The two-day conference is being held in a hybrid format. Top Cops or DGPs of States and Union Territories, as well as Heads of Central Armed Police Forces and Central Police Organisations are attending the conference physically at the venue in Lucknow, while the remaining invitees are participating virtually from 37 different locations at IB/SIB Headquarters.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was also accompanied with Home Minister Amit Shah and Adviser Ajit Doval in the top security conference being held in Lucknow.

The agenda of the conference includes a wide range of issues including Cyber Crime, Data Governance, Counter-Terrorism challenges, Left Wing Extremism, Emerging Trends in Narcotics trafficking, Prison Reforms among others.

Since 2014, the Prime Minister has been taking keen interest in the DGPs’ conference. Unlike the symbolic presence earlier, PM Modi makes it a point to attend all sessions of the conference and encourages free and informal discussions that provide an opportunity to top police officials to directly brief the Prime Minister on key policing and internal security issues affecting the country.

As per the vision of the Prime Minister, since 2014, the annual conferences, which used to be customarily organised in Delhi, have been organised outside Delhi with an exception of the year 2020 when the conference was held virtually.

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