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PM Modi addresses Chintan Shivir

Modi points out that crime is no longer localised and instances of interstate, international crimes are going up

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday insisted on having a police technology mission that will enable all states to have the best common technology and mutual cooperation for crime prevention.

Addressing a gathering of home ministers of states to deliberate on issues of internal security — ‘Chintan Shivir’ — here, he said while ensuring the best technology the states should avoid any budgetary constraints that may come in the way of adoption of technological advancements.

The prime minister said the criminal world has globalised and stressed that “we need to be ten steps ahead” of them (criminals).

The prime minister pointed out that crime is no longer localised and instances of interstate, international crimes are going up.

“That is why mutual cooperation between state agencies and between central and state agencies is becoming crucial,” Modi said.

He said whether it is cybercrime or the use of drone technologies for the smuggling of weapons or drugs, the government needs to keep working towards new technologies to tackle the menace.

“The law and order system can be improved with the help of smart technology,” the prime minister said

 

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