PM Modi breaks silence on Crimes against Women, says “Police has to work effectively”

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s statement has come amidst the recent incidents of Crime against Women and public outcry over these.


Pune| Prime Minister Narendra Modi said at a DG-IG conference on Sunday that the police would have to work effectively to make women feel safe. He said that police officer should work to improve their image at all times, so that there is faith in every section of society, especially children and women. The Prime Minister’s statement has come amid recent incidents of Crime against Women and public outcry over these.

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Modi said that technology is helpful in ensuring active policing. Through this, the reactions of the common people can also be mobilized. However, he has also said that whenever there is a situation of doubt among the policemen, they should remember their ideals and the sentiments with which they were sitting in the civil service examination. The police should always work in the national interest so that the welfare of the weakest and poorest sections of society can be taken.

Praise for the police force for maintaining peace and normalcy

Modi also spoke on the government’s Act East policy. He asked the Director-General of Police (DGP) of the northeastern states to make greater efforts to create a conducive environment for development works. The Prime Minister praised the police force for maintaining peace and normalcy in the country. He appealed to the police department to take the spirit of the conference from the smallest to the smallest police station.

Modi tweeted – The conference was fruitful


After the end of the conference, the Prime Minister tweeted, “The 54th DG-IG conference has been very profitable. The discussions here were quite extensive, intense and we talked on several issues. There were also some break out sessions this time, which led to more discussions on certain issues. ”


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