Women patrol on border

unnamed (3)In a pioneering style women commandos of the Border Security Force patrolled India-Bangladesh border in Krishnagar sector in view of any possible attack on the eve of Independence day. Women were said to have played a risky role in Burdwan’s Khagragarh on October 2, 2014. According to reports, Bangladeshi terrorists recruited and trained women. IB alerted that women terrorist would cross the borders as cattle smugglers. Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh was reportedly active in the borders.  Male BSF officers cannot frisk away women, so women force was utilized, according to BSF.  All women force was spread out in the 235km stretch in North 24-Parganas and Nadia. Women cops of 113th battalion maintained vigil round the clock along the India-Bangladesh border. BSF started recruiting women in 2009 for the Punjab and Bengal borders. Over 2,000 women were trained as commandos. BSF also recruited 27 assistant commandos through the UPSC.

Medaram Jathara

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