MeraNews Network, Gandhinagar: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Rajnath Singh will be presiding over the annual conference of director generals and inspector generals of police from across the country at Kevadiya in Gujarat from December 20 to 22. The conference will be attended by the heads of all national security and investigation agencies like CBI, CID, IB and ATS, home ministers and DGPs of every state, and heads of all three wings of the India army.

The security arrangements for all the visiting officials are being handled by Range IG Abhay Chudasama and district police chief Mahendra Bagadiya and every detail has been micro-planned. The Gujarat home ministry too, has got into action mode in ensuring that the national-level event goes on smoothly.

This is Narendra Modi’s second visit to Kevadiya Colony within one and a half months, the first visit being for the inauguration of the world’s tallest structure Statue of Unity, a statue of former union home minister deputy Prime Minister Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. The conference will take place at Tent City-2. Rajnath Singh will be staying at the special Mini Durbari Tent, set up for the stay of VIPs, while other tents will be occupied by the other top officials and state home ministers.

More than a hundred groups have been made of security personnel to ensure the safety of the visiting dignitaries and officials. More than 5000 security personnel from neighboring districts and states with around 800 vehicles are stationed at Kevadiya Colony, turning the site into a fortress.

Top police and security heads will be discussing security issues concerning the country like communal clashes, cross-border terrorism, militancy, and Naxal menace, during multiple rounds of discussion in the three-day conference. Gujarat is playing host to the national conference of DGPs for the second time, the previous one being held at Dhordo in Kutch in 2016.