On Thursday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah announced that all states of the country will have National Investigation Agency (NIA) offices by 2024 as a counter-terrorism strategy.
Speaking at a two-day ‘Chintan Shivir’ (brainstorming session) in Haryana’s Faridabad, Shah said it is the collective responsibility of the states and the Center to deal with cross-border crimes effectively.
Chief ministers of eight countries, home ministers, and deputy principal ministers of 16 countries have gathered in Faridabad for a two-day event, which Amit Shah presided over. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the session through videotape conferencing on Friday.
“In our constitution, law and order is a state subject, but we can succeed against cross-border or borderless crimes only when all the countries sit together and consider them, formulate a common strategy and try to help them. try.” Shah said in his address.
‘Chintan Shivir’ has been organized to prepare an action plan for the implementation of ‘Vision 2047’ and ‘Panch Pran’ announced in the Independence Day speech of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
In the two-day event, state leaders will discuss cybercrime management, modernization of police forces, increased use of information technology in the criminal justice system, land border management, coastal security and other internal security issues.
The part of ‘Nari Shakti’ is pivotal to achieving the thing of ‘Developed India by 2047’, and particular emphasis will be laid on women’s safety and creating a safe terrain for them. The conference aims to facilitate national policy-making and better planning and coordination in the areas mentioned above,” the ministry had said in a statement earlier regarding ‘Chintan Shivir’.