Security conference in New Delhi reviews country’s overall situation


NEW DELHI: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday (December 2, 2020) reviewed the internal security situation during the 55th Annual DGsP/IGsP conference organised by the Intelligence Bureau (IB) on virtual mode.

NEW DELHI: Indian Home Minister Amit Shah addresses the inaugural session of All India DGP/IGP Conference-2020 via video conferencing in New Delhi on Wednesday. (ANI Photo)

The conference was inaugurated by the Union Home Minister Amit Shah, in which heads of various CPMFs and states DGsP and IGsP participated on virtual mode from their respective states.  

PM Modi later joined the conference virtually and reviewed the action points of the previous conference. A review of internal security situation was presented to the Prime Minister and HM, and discussions were held to improve the overall security scenario with more people-friendly initiatives. 

A session on various initiatives of security forces on LWE front was held in which discussions were held to improve the security situation in LWE infested areas. Stress was given on coordinated action with states to check the LWE menace and discussions on the 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.