KARNAL SINGH, a 1984-batch IPS officer and an engineer from the Delhi College of Engineering (DCE) and the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur, has over 34 years of experience in the investigation of corruption, terrorism, money laundering and criminal cases. In the Delhi Police Special Cell, he spearheaded the investigation of the 2008 Delhi blast cases, which led to the Batla House encounter. He is a recipient of the President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Service and Police Medal for Meritorious Service.
Terrorism is a huge issue and it can't be fought in stipulated time. It is a 24x7x365 work. The law authorization offices must be extra attentive to capture these militants before they could strike. We need to transcend our rank and strict gap to battle illegal intimidation. In a genuine vote based system, the political chief needs to provide the correct guidance and the law requirement offices need to follow it. As innovation has advanced, so has terror activities. We need stricter laws that go about as a solid prevention to any individual who wishes to make fear and annihilation in India.
Fear mongers are progressively utilizing online media and Internet for different purposes including radicalization, giving preparation, passing on messages, pondering the terror stages and so forth Innovation is making it hard to follow and block their exercises as unraveling and unscrambling requires some serious energy. The initial step should be that the law implementation offices ought to have specialists in moral hacking and building up their own apparatuses in their own labs. Workforce should be prepared in digital advances, reconnaissance, covert tasks, cross examination methods, huge information investigation and furthermore the utilization of man-made brainpower. There should be an explicit ability advancement program for officials who are taking care of psychological warfare.