Spy ship, drone aerial snooping is a threat to Indian borders: HM Shah
Union Home Minister Amit Shah focused on China’s spy ship at Hambantota at the top DGP conference.
Amit shah asked all states’ DGP to be aware of spy ships from China gatherings of South India ports, and drones from Pakistan into Rajasthan, Punjab, and J&K, are used by China, and Pakistan to disturb India’s peaceful law and order. These snoops will be used by enemy countries to try an attack.
In the internal agenda notes circulated to all State DGPs, a spy ship was mentioned.
Amit Shah stated that 5G technologies will bring in cyber crimes. To which local police must be on high alert. Like online games PUBG, etc.
Amit Shah chaired the National Security Strategies Conference 2022 in the national capital where he highlighted the various initiatives taken by the Narendra Modi government towards strengthening the security apparatus of the country. He stressed that the government has successfully contained ‘three perennial problems‘ on the internal security front.
The two-day National Security Strategies Conference 2022 which concluded on Thursday saw intense deliberations on existing and emerging security challenges. Ajay Kumar Mishra, MoS (Home), Nishith Pramanik, MoS (Home), Heads of Central Agencies, CAPFs, CPOs, and DGsP of all states attended the meeting.
Home Minister Amit Shah stated that since 2014, PM Narendra Modi had been making consistent efforts to bring improvement to the DGP Conference. “An analysis of this had revealed that we had been successful in finding solutions to various problems,” he informed.
He further exhorted all states to give top priority to the issues related to national security. “This is a war for the country and for the future of youth. We must fight unitedly and single-mindedly to win this war,” the Union Home Minister said.
Shah had instructed the DGPs of the bordering areas to keep a close watch on the demographic changes occurring in the bordering areas. He maintained that it is the responsibility of the DGPs to ensure that all information of technological and strategic importance was percolated down the line, particularly in the bordering districts.
“After becoming the Prime Minister in 2014, Shri Narendra Modi had not only given thrust on internal security but had also strengthened the system to face the challenges,” Shah said, as per a top source to Dinamalar.
India successfully contained terrorism, left-wing extremism: Amit Shah
On the internal security front, India has been successful in containing three perennial problems, “terrorism in Jammu & Kashmir, various underground groups in north-east, and left-wing extremism“.
“Under the leadership of Narendra Modi, we have enacted new laws, improved coordination with states, enhanced budgetary allocation, and ensured maximum use of technology,” he said.
The Home Minister also mentioned that for the first time the country had developed a system in the form of the National Automated Fingerprint Identification System (NAFIS), and it must percolate down the line.
“Seizure of the consignment is not enough. We must strive to annihilate the entire drug network and reaching its source and destination is important,” Shah asserted. He also sought a detailed analysis of good cases investigated by the states.
Some of the highlights from the meeting include:
- District-wise regular meetings of NCORD to be ensured and the people down the line must use it. The Prime Minister had initiated a technology mission and to ensure its success, we must make efforts that it reached down the line.
- Central government preparing a database of different crimes.
- Work initiated on several fronts with a scientific approach. Focus on utilization of 5G technology to strengthen the security apparatus.
- The fundamental principle of modern intelligence should not be ‘need to know’ but it should be ‘need to share’ and ‘duty to share’ because unless we change our approach, we would not be able to attain success, Amit Shah said.
This conference had young officers being informed about issues pertaining to national security. During the two-day conference, the sessions addressed several serious challenges such as counter-terror and counter-radicalization, overground Maoists and front organizations, security of ports and islands, demographic changes, increasing fundamentalism of bordering areas, and smuggling of Narcotics.
Technology-related concerns that were discussed included cryptocurrency, counter-drone technology, cyber, and social media, and the emerging challenges of 5G technologies.
As per the statement, delegates gave valuable suggestions to counter security threats. Cutting-edge level officers and experts from specialized fields also gave their suggestions.
The Home Minister assured implementation of proposed solutions with full determination, it stated.
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