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One Nation, One Uniform: PM Suggests “One Nation, One Uniform” For Cops

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi floated the idea of “One Nation, One Uniform” for police on Friday, saying it is merely a suggestion and that he is not attempting to impose it on the states.

The prime minister virtually addressed Chintan Shivir of state home ministers, saying, “One Nation, One Uniform” for police may happen, may not happen today, may take 5, 50, or 100 years, but let us think about it.”

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PM Modi believes that the identities of police officers across the country may be identical. Furthermore, the Prime Minister advocated for close cooperation among states in combating crime and criminals.

 

PM Modi also advocated for close cooperation among states in combating crime and criminals.

He also supported Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s call for a unified approach to law and order. “Cooperative federalism was not only the Constitution’s feeling, but also the responsibility of the states and the Centre,” he added.

According to the Prime Minister, even though law and order are a state subject under the Constitution, they are inextricably linked with the country’s unity and integrity.

He stated that cooperative federalism was not only a constitutional concept, but also the responsibility of the states and the federal government. The Prime Minister urged state governments to review old laws and update them to reflect the current situation, calling for coordinated action by all agencies to meet the emerging challenges of law and order and security.

He also urged state governments to review old laws and update them to reflect the current situation, calling for coordinated action by all agencies to address the emerging challenges of law and order and security.

According to a statement from the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), the two-day Chintan Shivir is an attempt to provide a national perspective to policy formulation on internal security-related issues.

The event brought together the chief ministers of eight states, as well as the home ministers and deputy chief ministers of sixteen states. Amit Shah, the Union Home Minister, is the chairman of the Chintan Shivir.

 

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