Chief Minister Mr. Kamal Nath has said that the police department should adopt new technology for better prevention of crimes and use it better. Shri Kamal Nath was inaugurating the 19th All India Water Sports Competition 2019 at the water sports center located at the big pond today. The Chief Minister said that with the changes in the country and the world, the introduction of new technology has helped the police in its functioning. He said that the new technology has made it easier to prevent crimes and criminals. The need is that how should we make new technology a part of our work and use it to strengthen law and order. Chief Minister Shri Kamal Nath said that talent emerges from sports competitions. Sports also make humans mentally and physically healthy. Sports competitions are important in the view that our police force is physically and mentally healthy.
The need is that how should we make new technology a part of our work and use it to strengthen law and order.
Welcoming the players of central forces, paramilitary organizations and police departments from 20 states participating in the competition, the Chief Minister hoped that the players will perform excellently through this competition. Chief Minister Mr. Kamal Nath got acquainted with the team heads participating in the competition and released the souvenir. Shri Kamal Nath announced to launch a sports competition as per tradition. The teams participating in the competition marched and saluted the Chief Minister. Director General of Police Shri V.K. Singh also addressed. Additional Director General of Police Shri Adarsh Katiyar, senior officers of Police Department and large number of sports lovers were present on the occasion. It is known that the All India Police Sports Control Board has entrusted the responsibility of 19th All India Water Sports to Madhya Pradesh Police. The competition will run till 16 December. This competition is being organized in Madhya Pradesh for the fifth time. There will be kayaking, canoeing and rowing events in the competition.