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BSF orders 'Independence Day Walk' at Pakistan and Bangladesh border posts on 15 August

New Delhi. The Border Security Force (BSF) has directed to organize 'Independence Day Walk' on August 15 in all its border posts and regional units on the Pakistan and Bangladesh front . Officials gave this information on Saturday. The BSF Headquarters has asked all its commanders to ensure that a senior officer passes two nights on August 14 and 15 at each border post on the Pakistan and Bangladesh front, along with other offices and training centers. It is part of the 74th Independence Day celebrations. Officials said that BSF chief S.K. s. On the instructions of Deswal, the headquarters here issued this order on August 6. Deswal has started some fitness programs in BSF. There are about two and a half lakh personnel in this force.

Deswal has been holding the additional charge of BSF chief for the last four months. He is the regular director general of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP). The ITBP has the responsibility of guarding the 3,488 km Line of Actual Control with China. According to officials, Deswal has started some similar activities in ITBP. In the order related to August 15, it has been said that the officials who will visit the border posts are four things: flag hoisting, tree planting, A ten-kilometer 'Independence Day Walk' with all the personnel and officers of the outpost and 50 selected personnel who will do 'fantastic work' will organize a 'Barakhana' or large banquet. Officials said that at the same time it has also been instructed to follow all the Kovid-19 rules and precautions and take care of security concerns at 'sensitive' posts. Deswal ordered that all fat workers be identified and sent for physical training. He himself has participated in many such walking and trekking sessions with senior officials and other personnel.

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