India-UK explore pact on information exchange on criminals

The Minister of State for Home Affairs Shri Kiren Rijiju has said India will explore the possibility of signing an agreement with the United Kingdom on exchanging information about criminals. Interacting with the visiting UK Minister of State for Immigration Mr. James Brokenshire here today, Shri Rijiju assured that New Delhi will positively consider the draft and advance signing of the MoU on Information Exchange on Criminality and Criminals.

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