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Thwart challenges from across the border: DG BSF to troops


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Jammu: Director General Border Security Force, Nitin Agrawal on Wednesday asked troops to thwart all the challenges from across the border.

The DG was on three-day visit to Jammu Frontier and on the last leg of his visit, he visited border areas of Akhnoor alongwith P V Rama Sastry, SDG (Western Command), D K Boora, IG Jammu Frontier and other officers.

The officers reviewed the border domination and security situation on IB.

“Carry on excellent work in effective domination of border to thwart continuous challenges from across the border,” the DG exhorted troops.

BSF Sector commander and Batallion commanders briefed DG BSF on the ground and explained overall BSF deployment and domination of area under prevailing security scenario.

He was also informed about border management aspects of BSF Battalions deployed in the area wherein the local border population is assisted in terms of regular civic action programmes and border area medical camps.

DG BSF visited various Border Outposts and witnessed the operational preparedness of field formations.

During the visit, DG BSF interacted with troops and applauded their professional acumen in safe guarding the International Border in stringent conditions relentlessly.

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