CRPF for first time deploys women commandos for anti-Naxal operations
Posted on:17 Nov 2016 09:38:41
17 November 2016 Current Affairs: The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) for the first time has deployed a team of women commandos in anti-Naxal operations in Jharkhand.
The 135 women commandos belonging to the 232 battalion’s Delta company have started carrying out anti-Naxal operations.
The women commandos are currently undertaking operations under the close supervision of CRPF’s 133 battalion in Naxal-infested forests on the outskirts of Ranchi near Khoonti area. They will be equally capable of neutralising Naxals in par with men commandos.
They are experts in carrying out all types of anti-Naxal operations and shall play important role in tackling women Naxals. They have been trained in several case studies and carry out their operation in a perfect manner. They are also equipped with modern weapons and software to assist them in executing their plan.
Central Reserve Police Force (CRFP) : CRPF is the largest central armed police force or paramilitary force in India. It functions under the aegis of Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA).
Its primary role is to assist States/Union Territories in police operations to maintain law and order and contain insurgency. It was established in 1939, under Crown Representative’s Police but after independence it was made statutory after enactment of the CRPF Act, 1949. At present, CRPF is the world’s largest paramilitary force with 228 battalions and over three lakh personnel.
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