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India to host 91st Interpol General Assembly in 2022

New Delhi: India will host the 91st Interpol Normal Meeting in 2022 after a proposal on this regard was cleared with “overwhelming support” from members international locations of the worldwide police cooperation physique, officers mentioned Saturday.

Dwelling Minister Amit Shah had proposed to host the Normal Meeting in India to Interpol Secretary Normal Jurgen Inventory when the 2 met right here on August 30, they mentioned.

The largest congregation of legislation enforcement officers will coincide with nation’s 75th Independence anniversary celebrations, they mentioned.

CBI Director Rishi Kumar Shukla moved this proposal earlier than the 88th Normal Meeting in Santiago, Chile which received over Friday, they mentioned.

The proposal was put to vote earlier than 190 taking part member international locations of the Interpol and was handed with “overwhelming majority”, company spokesperson Nitin Wakankar mentioned.

The CBI represents the Interpol in India as nation’s Nationwide Central Bureau.

“India won the vote for hosting the 91st Interpol General Assembly in 2022 as part of celebrations of the 75th anniversary of Indian Independence,” Wakankar mentioned.

India will get an opportunity to host the Normal Meeting of Worldwide Legal Police Organisation (Interpol) after 25 years since 1997 when it was hosted right here, the officers mentioned.

Delhi Police commissioner Amulya Patnaik and Madhya Pradesh Police chief V Okay Singh additionally accompanied the CBI director on the basic meeting, which received over on Friday.

The overall meeting of Interpol is an annual train hosted by member international locations. All main selections affecting basic coverage, the assets wanted for worldwide cooperation, working strategies and funds are deliberated and mentioned by representatives.

Based mostly in Lyon, France, Interpol is a global police cooperation organisation with 194 member states and 100 years of expertise of worldwide cooperation in policing.

The organisation has 90-million data unfold throughout 17 database.

Geared up with safe world information communication channel I-24/7, incident response groups, command and management centre, a worldwide community of NCBs, the organisation assists legislation enforcement companies of member international locations.

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