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Ahead of R-day, Police discuss 18 agendas to make states safer

Ahead of R-day, Police discuss 18 agendas to make states safer

New Delhi: Ahead of Republic Day, inter-state coordination meeting held in Delhi Police headquarters in ITO on Tuesday. Police sources claimed that as many as 18 agendas discussed during the meet which includes cow smuggling, land disputes.

Police sources told Millennium Post that discussion held on land disputes between the states and sharing of good practices adopted in the states to stop cow smuggling.

"However, in national Capital, no major cow smuggling cases have been reported," sources said.

Another point of discussion was related to unidentified dead bodies (UIDB). "Quickly sharing of details regarding UIDB among states and putting details in ZIPNET were discussed in the meeting," said sources.

Detection of pre-natal sex determination tests was an important point which discussed during the meeting. "Sharing of information to stop such illegal activity were also discussed," said sources.

Recently, a 60-year-old radiologist doctor and a tout were arrested in south-east Delhi' s Sunlight area for allegedly conducting sex-determination tests.

A Delhi Police press statement claimed that the main objective of the meeting was to share terror-related intelligence and inputs about various extremist outfits and their designs in view of forthcoming Republic Day celebrations.

Senior officers of Delhi Police and their counterparts from Haryana, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Uttrakhand, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Bihar Himachal Pradesh and Chandigarh attended the meeting.

Sources claimed that the Delhi Police asked other states to send verification reports of the employees who are working in the city as soon as possible.

"Apart from tenant verification stress was laid on verifying people like labourer, gardener who work in Rajpath for R-Day celeberation, there is a possibility that they belong to other states so we have asked other states to send verification report quickly," sources claimed.

The police statement claimed that the trends in smuggling of illicit firearms, drug trafficking, human trafficking and missing children were discussed.

"Stress given on regular interaction and sharing of information for proper and effective surveillance on the activities of criminals as well as musclemen," added press statement.

Increasing police presence, intensive and co-ordinated checking at vulnerable points, traffic restrictions during Republic Day-2019 at borders were also discussed.

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