Amit Shah chairs second 'Chintan Shivir' to shape implementation of PM Modi's 'Vision 2047'
New Delhi, May 19: Union Home Minister Amit Shah is set to chair the second 'Chintan Shivir' of senior officers from the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) in New Delhi on Friday. The objective of the event is to develop an action plan for the implementation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ambitious "Vision 2047."
The 'Chintan Shivir' serves as a platform for interaction between the Home Minister and senior MHA officers, aimed at formulating strategies and plans to fulfill Prime Minister Modi's long-term vision for India.
During the first 'Chintan Shivir' held on April 18, Shah highlighted the need to focus on cybercrime management, modernization of police forces, greater utilization of information technology in the criminal justice system, as well as land border management and coastal security issues.
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The Home Minister stressed the importance of leveraging Artificial Intelligence (AI) and utilizing the Crime and Criminal Tracking Network and Systems (CCTNS) database for critical crime analysis, thereby ensuring the safety of women, children, and vulnerable sections of society.
The initial 'Chintan Shivir' primarily aimed to review the work of the Ministry and develop an action plan to realize Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "Vision 2047." Shah emphasized the importance of expediting the recruitment process and initiating recruitment drives well in advance to anticipate future vacancies.
He also emphasized the need for regular Departmental Promotion Committee (DPC) meetings to ensure timely promotions for employees. The Home Minister urged various welfare measures for personnel in Central Armed Police Forces, including healthcare facilities and improved housing satisfaction.
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Training was identified as a crucial aspect, with Shah suggesting that all wings of the MHA should conduct regular training programs. He further recommended field visits by MHA officials to monitor the progress of development schemes and expedite the construction of fencing and roads in border areas.
During the 'Chintan Shivir,' Shah underscored the significance of sensitivity and developing a personal touch among senior officials. He expressed confidence that the discussions held during the event would enhance planning and coordination in these areas.
Shah called upon all senior officers to work collectively with utmost dedication, lauding the efforts of the Ministry of Home Affairs. He emphasised the ongoing commitment to achieving the goal of a safe and secure India.
The first 'Chintan Shivir' included in-depth discussions held over two sessions. The event began with a comprehensive review of compliance with instructions previously given by the Home Minister to the Ministry's officers. The Home Minister also reviewed the functioning of various divisions, including the MHA dashboard, Government Land Information System (GLIS), budget utilization, E-Office, and special recruitment drives.
Shah further assessed the work of different divisions in relation to their priorities and deliverables for the coming years. He examined the progress on AatmaNirbhar Bharat initiatives, budget announcements, and important pending issues.
The second 'Chintan Shivir' aims to build upon these discussions and evolve an action plan to propel Prime Minister Narendra Modi's transformative "Vision 2047" forward.
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