Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday said cyber-attacks, drone attacks, narcotics smuggling, throwing currency and hawala rackets are the biggest challenges in today’s time.

Delivering the keynote speech during the 51st foundation day event of the Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D), Amit Shah said challenges are not permanent and challenges keep changing before the country.

“BPR&D is such an institution which should change its work according to the challenges. The main task of BRP&D is to prepare our police forces by preparing them by studying the best practices around the world and assessing the changing challenges,” he said.

The home minister also said that fundamental policing cannot be good unless the beat system is improved and that more effort needs to be done to revitalise, modernise, and upgrade the beat system.

“The biggest contribution to making democracy successful is by the beat constable who ensures the safety of the citizens, otherwise democracy…


Source: www.indiatoday.in