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Talk to each other: PM to security bodies

DNMUM415954 | 6/11/2018 | Author : Sumit Kumar Singh | WC :392 | India

DNA EXCLUSIVE

New Delhi: Concerned about projects pertaining to security forces, intelligence and probe agencies remain on paper even after discussions, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has directed to form two sets of teams – one comprising experts and the other with implementing officers – to initiate action on the ground. Don’t work in silos, was his message, said sources.
The move comes after the Prime Minister’s Office noticed that many projects and ideas discussed could not be implemented because of improper ways and lack of coordination between agencies, sources told DNA.
PM Modi has asked the Ministry of Home Affairs, the Intelligence Bureau, police chiefs of states and union territories, Central Armed Police Forces and Centra
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