CBI director RanjitSinha, a Bihar cadreIPS officer, is leaving for Netherland on August 27 to sign a memorandum of understating (MoU) with f
nsic science laboratory (FSL) of that country which is supposed to be one of the best in the world.
The MoU will be signed in the pursuit of CBI’s modernization plan to upgrade its central forensic laboratory (CFSL) and cybercrime section up to international level. According to sources, the urgency to upgrade the FSL and the cybercrime section was felt after it came to light that China is persistently indulging in for cyber hacking in India.
Sinha will visit the FSL and the cybercrime investigating unit in Amsterdam, the Dutch capital. He will also discuss various issues with forensic scientists of the country, including the exchange of forensic scientists between the two countries.
A team of forensic scientists from Netherland had visited India about two years back and expressed its desire to cooperate and train the forensic scientists of the country.
The Indian embassy in Netherland would help in preparing the draft of the MoU.