Haryana Govt Signs MoU with NFSU for Forensic Science Centre in Panchkula

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Haryana Govt Signs MoU with NFSU for Forensic Science Centre in Panchkula

The Haryana govt and National Forensic Science University, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for the establishment of a centre of excellence in forensic science training and laboratory testing facilities in Panchkula on Saturday. Union home minister Amit Shah, who was present at the occasion, extended his wishes and said the central govt would make all arrangements for the establishment for the centre, spanning across 50 acres in Haryana.

After the MoU signing ceremony, Shah suggested that Haryana chief minister Nayab Singh Saini, while planning for this centre, should pay attention towards setting up a training institute. Additionally, a hostel should also be built so that police officers and judicial officers can be trained here, he proposed.

He said the Center of Excellence would bring a radical change in the criminal justice system in Haryana in the coming days. He said that the NFSU has currently established its campuses in nine states, and the central cabinet has recently passed a proposal to expand its campuses to about 16 states.

Haryana CM Nayab Saini said that the establishment of this centre would benefit the criminal justice system.

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