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PM Modi to be chief guest at CBI’s Diamond Jubilee event, officers to be honored

New Delhi. The Central Bureau of Investigation, one of the premier investigative agencies of the country, is going to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of its establishment on April 3. The country’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the event as the chief guest. Will be organized at Vigyan Bhawan located. During this program, the best investigation officers of CBI will also be honored by the Prime Minister. Along with this, those officers whose names were selected for the President’s Police Medal will be honored.

In view of this program, preparations were being made by the CBI for the last several days. During this program, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also release a poster stamp and a coin bearing the Diamond Jubilee Wale’s marks. Let us inform that the investigation agency CBI was established on April 1, 1963. The Central Investigation Agency CBI is now going to enter the social media network Twitter for the first time. The Twitter ID of CBI will be launched during this Diamond Jubilee program by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Due to this, a lot of inputs and complaints can be made by the common people to the investigating agency through social media in the coming days. Due to which the investigation agency is also going to get help in cracking down on corruption. Along with this, common people can also convey their message directly to the investigating agency easily and sitting at home or in office through social media. However, the investigating agency is trying to strengthen the social media branch in the coming days.

On March 3, during this Diamond Jubilee program of CBI, Prime Minister Modi inaugurated newly constructed office complexes of CBI at Shillong, Pune in Maharashtra and new buildings of branch offices of CBI in Nagpur. will be launched. In this new building, along with modern equipment, all facilities have been arranged for investigation, so that the investigators can be helped during the investigation.

Tags: CBI, PM Modi

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