Singh is a retired DG BSF and DGP of UP and Assam, filed the 1996 PIL on police reforms.
The most interesting chapter deals with 26/11. It clearly brings out that the Centre had not passed on any specific intelligence to the State, that the police had reacted promptly with their available resources, and that there was no serious lapse.
Amid growing challenges within, India misses a modern security apparatus, strategic vision, long-term plan
Absence of strategic clarity, over-dependence of states on Central forces, have crippled the fight against Maoists.
Rumblings in the police ranks are a warning: Grievance redressal mechanisms need revisiting
The thana, the first line of defence against terror, remains in a dismal state
Justice Sabharwal’s landmark judgment is being trifled with. SC must take note.