Interpol to hold general assembly in India in 2022

India will host the 91st
Interpol General Assembly in
2022 after a proposal
received the overwhelming
support of member countries
at this year’s congregation at
Santiago in Chile yesterday.

A proposal in this regard was
given to Interpol Secretary
General Jürgen Stock by
Union Home Minister Amit
Shah when the two met in
New Delhi during Mr Stock’s
official visit in August

CBI spokesperson Nitin
Wakankar said, the 91 st
Interpol General Assembly in
India in the year 2022 will be
held as part of celebrations
of the 75th anniversary of
Indian Independence.

The International Criminal
Police Organisation (Interpol)
had hosted the general
assembly, where
representatives of all
member countries converge,
in India in 1997

Rishi Kumar Shukla, the
director of the CBI that
represents Interpol in India as
the country’s national central
bureau, moved the proposal
yesterday in the ongoing 88th
general assembly in Santiago
following which it was put to
vote