State Troopers To Attend Neighbouring State’s Independence Day Parade


For a initial time in India, confidence crew of any state in a nation will attend a categorical Independence Day duty in a beside state to strengthen a team-work among a armed forces, a tip military officer pronounced in Agartala on Wednesday.

“Following a recommendation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, confidence crew of any state in a nation would attend in a Independence Day march of a beside state,” Inspector General of Police GS Rao told IANS.

He said: “The Prime Minister has suggested this to make a inter-state team-work among a armed army stronger.”

His recommendation came during a annual discussion of Director General of Police (DGPs) and Inspector General of Police (IGPs) of states hold in Tekanpur in Madhya Pradesh in January.

IGP Rao pronounced that in line with that arrangement, a fortuitous of 45 troopers of Tripura State Rifles (TSR) would attend a categorical duty of a Independence Day of Mizoram and identical series of Mizoram Armed Police would attend in Tripura.

“Now a troopers of Tripura and Mizoram confidence wings are jointly conducting operation of a march during a Assam Rifles belligerent here where a Independence Day duty would be held.”

Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb for a initial time would be hoisting a tri-colour during a event.

Assam Director General of Police (DGP) Kuladhar Saikia told IANS over phone from Guwahati that a crew of Assam military would attend in Meghalaya’s Independence Day march and confidence crew of Meghalaya will join Assam’s duty subsequent week.

Mr Saikia pronounced that such corner appearance of a confidence army among beside states’ celebrations was good for improving a confidence situation.

Article source: https://www.ndtv.com/india-news/state-troopers-to-attend-neighbouring-states-independence-day-parade-1897507


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