Video: ITBP’s 1st 500 Female Squad To Guard Our Indo China Border

The Logical Indian

January 26th, 2016

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• ITBP(The Indo-Tibetan Border Police) is ready with its first female squad of 500 trained personnel to be deployed on Indo China border.

• The women, in the rank of constable, were inducted in border-guarding force after 44-weeks of training.

• Female squad will now be sent to frontier areas for final acclimatization before being deployed at ITBP posts.

• ITBP has a total of 1,661 women personnel in its various ranks and branches of work with the maximum number of 1,033 being in the constabulary ranks.

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