Sri Lankan officers visited the Delhi Police Training Centre and engaged in an insightful interaction with the officers to understand the functioning of the system.
Police officers from Sri Lanka visited the Delhi Police Training Centre on Monday and engaged in an insightful interaction with the local officers to understand the functioning of the system.
A discussion ensued between the Sri Lankan delegation and Delhi Police officials, delving into the intricacies of the police functions in India.
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During their visit to the Specialized Training Centre at Rajinder Nagar, Chhaya Sharma, the Special Commissioner of Police (Training) extended a warm welcome to the delegation.
The senior officer provided insights into the operations of different districts and units of Delhi Police, emphasizing the significance of training within the force.
Uma Shankar, Deputy Director (Training) at Delhi Police Academy, further interacted with the Sri Lankan delegation, providing a detailed overview of the organizational structure and the training programmes for female officers at various campuses.
The delegation was also shown movies related to police and the historical evolution of policing.
In a related development, External Affairs Minister (EAM) S Jaishankar met with Anura Kumara Dissanayake, leader of the National People’s Power (NPP) and Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP) in Sri Lanka, on Monday in New Delhi.
The two leaders discussed Sri Lanka’s economic challenges and the way forward.
Following the meeting, Jaishankar shared on X, “Pleased to meet @anuradisanayake, leader of the NPP and JVP of Sri Lanka, this morning.”
He continued, “A good discussion on our bilateral relationship and the mutual benefits of its further deepening. Also spoke about Sri Lanka’s economic challenges and the path ahead.”
The EAM added, “India, with its Neighbourhood First and SAGAR policies, will always be a reliable friend and trusted partner of Sri Lanka.”