Hyderabad: Top police officers from all over India, including Director-General of Police from many states and the Union Territories, have gathered in Hyderabad for a three-day annual meeting starting Friday.
A day with the Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday will be the highlight of the conference, which will discuss 15 points agenda covering various threats and challenges to the national security including the Maoist violence and terrorism.
A hectic schedule including a yoga session with the top police officials awaits the prime minister, who will arrive at the Shamshabad International Airport on Friday evening and stay overnight at the sprawling Sardar Vallabhai National Police Academy.
His day will start with the yoga session with all the participants, followed by breakfast.
Later Modi will address the conference and interact with police officials and will discuss various issues related to policing, including strengthening the police system and upgrading the skills of the force with the help of the cutting edge technologies.
Increasing cyber crimes and economic offences in the country will be among the focal points at the conference, which will conclude on Sunday.
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh will inaugurate the conference. Union ministers of state Kiran Rijiju and Hansraj Gangaram Ahir and National Security advisor Ajit Doval and officials from other security agencies including the Intelligence Bureau will also participate in the conference.