Cross border terrorism, infiltration and radicalisation of youths will top the agenda of the annual conference of DGPs and IGPs to be held in Hyderabad from November 25-27.
This will be for the third time since independence that the conference will be held outside Delhi - first in Guwahati in 2014 and Kutch in Gujarat in 2015. The idea of holding the meeting of DGPs and IGPs outside Delhi was first mooted by the Prime Minister himself after he assumed power in 2014.
Issues like cross border terrorism, radicalisation of youths and attempts to lure Indians into Middle-East terrorist group ISIS will be discussed thread bare at the meeting to be inaugurated by the Prime Minister, official sources said. Impact on circulation of fake Indian currency notes after denomination of Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 notes, filling up of vacant posts in various police forces, reforms in police forces, smuggling of narcotics, human trafficking will also be discussed extensively during the three-day conference, the sources said.
The Prime Minister and Home Minister Rajnath Singh will directly interact with the top police officers and get their feedback about the prevailing internal security situation and various aspects of police personnel. The conference will be attended by around 100 Director Generals of Police (DGPs) of states, Director Generals ofcentral paramilitary forces and their Inspectors General.