Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to address the conference of DGPs/IGPs at the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy in Hyderabad on Saturday. He paid tributes to Martyrs Column inside the campus and participated in the Yoga session.
The Prime Minister would spend the entire day today in deliberations with the top police officers before flying back to Delhi this evening.
“Issues like cross-border terrorism, radicalisation of youth and attempts to lure Indians to Middle East terrorist groups, like ISIS, and other matters of internal security will be discussed at the meeting,” official sources said.
The three-day conference of the Directors General of Police (DGPs) of all states was inaugurated by Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday. It deliberates on various security-related issues confronting the nation, and to come out with ways and means to tackle them.
Rajnath gave away the Indian Police Medals for meritorious service to officers of Intelligence Bureau and Ministry of Home Affairs.
Addressing the Conference, the Home Minister commended the efforts of the Police Forces of the States, UTs and Centre for all round improvement in the internal security situation in the country, be it insurgency in the North-East, Naxal activities, or the situation in J&K, where attempts to incite secession and law and order problems were made from our neighbourhood.
He acknowledged the relentless efforts of Police forces of the States and Centre in handling these. He also lauded the coordinated efforts of Central and State intelligence for not letting ISIS indoctrinated youth in committing any act of terror in the country.