India issued rules requiring the police to smile: too friendly will lead to terrorist attacks.


India issued rules requiring the police to smile: too friendly will lead to terrorist attacks.

Original title: India asked the police to put up a smile reason: too friendly will lead to terrorist attacks.

[Global Times comprehensive report] "face up and smile!" Recently, the Indian Central Armed Police Force (CAPF) issued a peculiar regulation requiring the armed police responsible for airport security to "smile less" in order to focus more attention on Airport security.

The country's Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), a branch of the Central Armed Police Force, is responsible for the security of 60 airports in India, AFP said Wednesday. "We can't be overly friendly to passengers because this is part of the reason for the September 11 terrorist attacks," Rajesh Ranjan, head of the CISF, told the media on the 8th. This comment was ridiculed by many netizens as "the logic of God".

India's Financial Express said Ranjan emphasized the importance of security and that airport police should focus on security. Indian authorities have previously overemphasized "soft skills" training for airport security workers, such as "being friendly to passengers". Lan Zhan believes that airport security is bound to be compromised if security personnel, like service personnel, are only dedicated to providing smiles and convenience to passengers. (Lu Jiacheng)


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