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Women personnel of ITBP along India-China border in Arunachal Pradesh
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ARUNACHAL PRADESH

Arunachal: Let’s salute these ITBP women along India-China border

In a first, assistant commandant Bhanita Timungpi leads special all-women’s patrol at a strategically-important pass along international border in Northeast India

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ITBP’s special ‘mahila’ patrol led by assistant commandant Bhanita Timungpi along the India-China border in Arunachal Pradesh recently
ITBP’s special ‘mahila’ patrol led by assistant commandant Bhanita Timungpi along the India-China border in Arunachal Pradesh recently
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Itanagar: The Indo-Tibetan border police (ITBP) recently conducted an all-women’s patrol for the first time to one of the most sensitive and strategically important passes along Indo-China border in Arunachal Pradesh. The special patrol was led by assistant commandant Bhanita Timungpi, along with a woman sub-inspector and women constables.

The special all-women’s patrol was led by ITBP assistant commandant Bhanita Timungpi along India-China border in Arunachal Pradesh
The special all-women’s patrol was led by ITBP assistant commandant Bhanita Timungpi along India-China border in Arunachal Pradesh
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ITBP’s women personnel patrolling a strategically important pass along India-China border in Arunachal Pradesh
ITBP’s women personnel patrolling a strategically important pass along India-China border in Arunachal Pradesh
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ITBP’s general duty ‘mahila’ (woman) personnel have been participating in almost all operational duties alongside their male counterparts along the 3,488 km India-China border.

However, this is for the first time that any ‘mahila’ officer has led a special ‘mahila’ patrol with a focus to keep vigil along the border and also to achieve maximum efficiency while operating at high-altitude areas, adverse weather and climatic conditions, hostile terrain and thickly forested area of Northeast India.

“With this patrol, ITBP’s women personnel have once again proved that they are second to none. They have achieved a milestone, thereby paving a way to take on more challenging tasks ahead,” said an ITBP officer.

ITBP’s general duty ‘mahila’ personnel have been participating in almost all operational duties alongside their male counterparts along the 3,488 km India-China border
ITBP’s general duty ‘mahila’ personnel have been participating in almost all operational duties alongside their male counterparts along the 3,488 km India-China border
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ITBP’s all-women patrol team along India-China border in Arunachal Pradesh
ITBP’s all-women patrol team along India-China border in Arunachal Pradesh
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