Uttarakhand will take up the issues of internal and frontier security, cybercrime in the Chintan Shivir of Home Ministers

Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami has left for New Delhi. He will take part in the Home Ministers’ Chintan Shivir to be held in Surajkund, Haryana on Thursday and Friday. In this Chintan Shivir, Uttarakhand will take up the topic of internal, frontier security and cyber crime prominently. Along with this, Uttarakhand DGP Ashok Kumar will also give a presentation on cyber crime.

Contemplation camp of home ministers of all states in Surajkund:
Chintan Shivir of Home Ministers of all the states is being organized in Surajkund from Thursday. In this, along with the Home Ministers, the Home Secretaries of the states and Director General of Police will also be involved. In Uttarakhand, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami is looking after the Home Department. In such a situation, he is representing Uttarakhand in this conference. In the conference, Uttarakhand will discuss topics related to internal, frontier security and cybercrime.

Rapid demographic change in Uttarakhand:
Actually, there has been a rapid demographic change in Uttarakhand. Some time before this, terrorists have also been caught in the state. Internal security is important for Uttarakhand. This topic will be raised prominently. Being a frontier state, the central as well as the state government is continuously working on many schemes regarding border security. Security related challenges will be discussed in the conference.
Cybercrime is a subject related to internal and border security. Uttarakhand has been working in this field for a long time. A separate cyber cell has also been constituted here. This is also the reason why Director General of Police Ashok Kumar will make a presentation in this regard. Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami will participate in the conference on Thursday and Friday. On Friday, he will also spend the night in New Delhi. The Chief Minister can meet Union Ministers and senior BJP leaders in Delhi.

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