U.P. Law and Order becomes a glowing example for U.K.

Lucknow: Under the leadership of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, the lesson of improvement in law and order in Uttar Pradesh has reached the UK across the seven seas.

UK companies and organizations involved in police modernization are also keen to work with UP. In this sequence, a UK team is coming to state capital Lucknow on February 1 under the UK Police Technology Cooperation Trade Mission to India.

The team comprises eight leading UK security companies and training organisations. This team will meet senior police officers of UP and give information about their expertise through presentation. Also based on inputs from UP Police officials, it will work in partnership with Indian partners to address UP’s internal security challenges. In this regard, cooperation has been expected by writing a letter to UP DGP Devendra Singh Chauhan on behalf of the British High Commission located in New Delhi.

Britain’s 8 major security companies will be included

Anna Shotbolt, Her Majesty’s Deputy Trade Commissioner for South Asia, will lead the team. The delegation includes eight leading UK security companies and training organisations. These will also include representatives from the Department for HMG, International Trade, the Home Office, the Foreign and Commonwealth Development Organisation, the British High Commission and the UK-India Business Council.

The delegation includes UK companies working in the areas of Police Modernization relating to Cyber Security, Forensic Sciences, Crime Investigation, Traffic Management and Safe City, Secure Communication, Prison and Secure Facility Access Management, Drug and Narcotics Prohibition and Police Training Issues expertise. Their representatives will give a presentation to the senior officers of the UP Police and try to find a solution based on the inputs received from the officers.

Cooperation between the two countries will increase

The letter written by the British High Commission to the DGP said that during their summit meeting in May 2021, the Prime Ministers of the two countries had welcomed a “new era” in bilateral ties. As part of this, the United Kingdom is committed to greater collaboration between Indian and British government laboratories, academia and industry to jointly develop and produce the next generation of security capabilities.

The United Kingdom has committed to ensuring that this new era benefits all people and territories in both countries. To take this engagement forward, representatives from the UK Police Technology Cooperation Trade Mission in India are arriving in Lucknow. This will further strengthen the spirit of mutual cooperation between the two countries.

CM Yogi’s works are being discussed in UK

It is notable that before the Uttar Pradesh Global Investors Summit (UPGIS), UK Secretary of State for International Trade, Kemi Badenok wrote a letter to UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, praising the development work done in the state, infrastructure and strengthening the business and investment environment. He was praised for it.

He also reaffirmed the UK government’s commitment to doubling trade and investment between the two countries by 2030. At the same time, Team Yogi, which went to invite UK investors for UPGIS, got a very good response due to better law and order situation, excellent connectivity and investor friendly policies of the state government.

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