Have zero tolerance for terrorism: Amit Shah to high cops


By: Express News Service | New Delhi |

Updated: December 2, 2020 10:47:38 pm

Shah additionally awarded 50 Indian Police Medals to the awardees and congratulated them on their achievements.There must be zero tolerance for terrorism and police organisations should work in a coordinated method to make India a secure nation, Home Minister Amit Shah instructed a gathering of high law enforcement officials within the nation.
Shah was addressing the 55th Annual DGsP/IGsP Conference organised by the Intelligence Bureau nearly. The three day convention will talk about numerous elements of safety within the nation and can handle the challenges going through police forces within the nation.
“In his inaugural address, the union home minister highlighted policy issues on national security and applauded the role of police as frontline warriors in crisis and disaster management. He emphasised that there should be zero tolerance against terrorism. While stressing upon the need to ensure safety and dignity of the citizens, he underlined the important of capacity building of Police to deal with emergency situations and disasters. He directed that security agencies should have a coordinated approach in national security scenario and achieve the target of making India a developed and safe Nation,” the MHA mentioned in an announcement.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi later joined the Conference nearly and reviewed the motion factors of the earlier Conference. “A review of internal security situation was presented to the Prime Minister and home minister, and discussions were held to improve the overall security scenario with more people-friendly initiatives,” the assertion mentioned.
MHA official mentioned {that a} session on numerous initiatives of safety forces on LWE entrance was held by which discussions had been held to enhance safety state of affairs in LWE infested areas. “Stress was given on coordinated action with States to check the LWE menace. Discussions on role of police during COVID-19 pandemic and implementation of safety protocol by the police was also discussed. Follow-up actions were also suggested to develop an SOP to manage various types of emergency situations,” the assertion mentioned.
Shah additionally awarded 50 Indian Police Medals to the awardees and congratulated them on their achievements.
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