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Centre approves 7 new battalions, 1 sector headquarter for ITBP

The Cupboard Committee on Safety (CCS) on Wednesday gave its approval to lift seven further Battalions of Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP)– a transfer which is able to build up the energy of the Central Armed Police Power (CAPF) to greater than 10 in step with cent, most sensible executive resources mentioned. But even so elevating seven further Battalions, the CCS has additionally given approval to the set-up of 1 Sector Headquarter of ITBP for manning the 47 new Border Out Posts (BOPs) and 12 staging camps.

“The CCS took the verdict in view of its January 2020 choice when it had licensed institutions of 47 new Border Out Posts and 12 staging camps conserving in view the will for more practical border surveillance,” a central authority supply, aware about the advance, advised ANI.

As the development of those new BOPs and staging camps is in growth, those would require further manpower for which it’s been determined to lift seven new Battalions, mentioned the supply.

Along side this, the resources mentioned, an extra Sector Headquarters can be established for the supervision of those seven Battalions.

It’s learnt that those further seven Battalions might be raised for Arunachal Pradesh and that elevating of those seven further Battalions and the Sector Headquarter might be finished by means of 2025-26, mentioned the supply.

“A complete of 9,400 posts might be created for those seven Battalions and the brand new Sector Headquarter,” some other supply mentioned.

ITBPs present sanctioned energy is 88,430. With this transfer, the entire energy of the ITPB might be 97,830.

The principle function of ITBP is to protect the Indo-China border. For this, 176 BOPs of ITBP had been established at the moment.

For this, the resources mentioned, non-expenditure of 1808.15 crores is estimated at the building of workplace and home constructions, land acquisition and buy of palms and ammunition.

“And there might be a ordinary expenditure of 963.68 crores in step with 12 months on salaries, ration and so on. of the staff,” the supply added.

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