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BSF Additional Director General visits Indo-Bangladesh border, takes stock of COVID-19 preparedness

BSF Additional Director General visits Indo-Bangladesh border, takes stock of COVID-19 preparedness

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 21 May 2020, 02:25 pm

Guwahati/IBNS: Additional Director General, BSF Eastern Command (Kolkata) Pankaj Kumar Singh along with Rajesh Kumar, Inspector General, Guwahati Frontier visited the Border area all along Indo-Bangladesh border under Frontier HQ Guwahati to review the current security situation and operational readiness.     

He was briefed by Rajesh Kumar, Inspector General Guwahati Frontier on the operational preparedness and measures to combat situation arising from Corona Pandemic.

He visited the “Isolation Facility” and quarantine centres at BSF location created for the suspected patients and BSF personnel who are returning from leave or any other duty.

Singh appreciated the efforts of ‘COVID warriors’. He interacted with troops and commended efforts for taking adequate safety measures against the COVID-19 Pandemic and also maintaining high level of operational preparedness and also efforts in helping border population in their distress.

During his visit, he was also briefed about border domination.

The ADG lauded the efforts made by the BSF Guwahati Frontier on fight against the pandemic and operational domination along the border.

He also mentioned that BSF is doing a commendable job and effectively guarding the international border and also taking up several welfare measures for overall improvement of the force.

(By Hemanta Kumar Nath, Guwhati)