The announcements were made by Modi during the second and final day of the Nuclear Security Summit, which was attended by leaders from more than 50 countries.
    
Informing the world leaders of measures taken by him, PM Modi said India will continue to accord a high national priority to nuclear security through strong institutional framework, independent regulatory agency and trained and specialized manpower. The plan includes development and deployment of technology to deter and defend against nuclear terrorism.
    
These include physical and cyber barriers, technological approaches, setting up a facility for medical grade 'Moly-99' using low enriched Uranium and using vitrified forms of vulnerable radioisotopes such as Ceasium-137, the national plan says.

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