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PM will attend a 3-day seminar for police chiefs starting on January 20.

The significance of cryptocurrency in the fight against terrorism, emerging trends in militancy and hybrid militancy in Jammu and Kashmir, and left-wing extremism are just a few of the topics that will be covered at the DGP/IGP conference that will be held in Delhi from January 20 to 22.

According to officials, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend every session of the three-day meeting.

The Intelligence Bureau will serve as the conference’s host. Each year, a meeting is held to exchange best practises between the state police and federal agencies. The Central Armed Police Force (CAPF) and DGs from every state will attend the conference.

According to an official, the agenda is tentative and includes topics like “counter-terrorism,” “emerging trends in militancy and hybrid militancy in Jammu and Kashmir,” “Khalistan communication and logistics network,” “role of virtual assets and dark web in terror financing and drug trafficking,” and “role of crypto currency in counter-terrorism.”

According to officials, the Delhi Police has made security arrangements and preparations for the event have begun.

Other subjects included increased radicalization and instability in the neighbourhood and its consequences for India, as well as Chinese influence and its effects on the region.

According to officials, topics such as border control, effective prison management, and policing technologies will also be covered.



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