The 90th General Assembly of Interpol, the world’s largest police body with 195 members, will be held in New Delhi from October 18 to 21, 2022. For four days, police leadership from all over the world will be in India. Due to the continuous efforts of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah, India has got the host of this meeting.
In Gujarat, under the leadership of Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel, the way the police are now moving forward with a red eye against heavy crimes, including drugs, with the help of Interpol, there have been great successes in finding criminals hiding abroad.
India has got the opportunity to host this meeting after 25 years. From the Indian side, the CBI, which acts as the nodal agency for Interpol, will host the assembly. The General Assembly addresses the needs of the member states.
At the meeting to be held in Delhi this year, topics including cyber and professional crimes as well as crimes against children will be discussed. Apart from this, there will be an exchange of crime data and measures to control it and the technology used in it between the member countries.
Dipen Bhadreen, DIG, ATS-Gujarat, “Coordination is actively underway with Interpol to reach out to criminals internationally. The Gujarat Police has so far managed to locate four accused in it. In order to maintain the law and order situation in the state in accordance with the interest of the citizens, we will take action against more criminals in the coming time. Due to the cooperation of Interpol, it is getting significant help. ”
The most important of these cases is of Jayesh Patel, an accused associated with the murder of advocate Kirit Joshi in Jamnagar. Apart from that, since 2019 till date, in three other important cases, the Gujarat Police has managed to reach out to the culprits with the help of Interpol. These include cases involving accused Dhaval Mavani (2019), Xing Feng Zhi alias Richard (2021) and Mukesh Kumar Vrindavandas Shah (2022).