Interpol Chief Jurgen Stock underlines increase in violence in real & virtual world & says organised crime networks making billions of dollars
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Interpol Chief Jurgen Stock today underlined increase in violence in real and virtual world causing social and economic impact on governments and businesses. Mr. Stock said organised crime networks making billions of dollars. Interacting with media in New Delhi on the eve of Interpol’s 90th General Assembly meeting Mr. Stock said 99 percent of stolen assests remain in criminal hands is of greater concern.He said Interpol’s international child sexual exploitation database has identified an average of seven child abuse victims every day. He said so far, 30,000 victims have been identified. Mr. Stock called for increasing fight in protecting the most vulnerable in world.CBI Special Director Praven Sinha informed that Prime minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the four days General Assembly tomorrow. Mr. Sinha said Home minister Amit Shah will be the chief guest in the concluding session.The General Assembly is the international policing organisation’s top governing body and meets once a year to take key decisions. The meeting will be attended by around 2,000 overseas dignitaries, including ministers, police chiefs, police officers, and support staff from 195 Interpol member countries, apart from Interpol head office representatives and media representatives.The General Assembly is taking place in India after 25 years, it was last held in 1997, as part of country’s 75th Independence Day celebrations.
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