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Kamal Nayan Choubey, IPS
Addl Director General

The BSF raised in 1965 with the specific purpose of manning the Indian border as the 'First Line of Defence' against infiltration, smuggling and military assault, can hardly be said to comprise an enviable job. For the BSF, and its counterparts in India’s neighbouring countries, the border is a live and often unfriendly unstable entity difficult to control and tame. No one knows this better than the hardy and enterprising men and officers of the BSF who continuously keep on guarding the border for the whole year at the Border Out Posts (BOPs) on IB and FDLs on LC, often with just their weapons and wild animals for company. These Posts/Pickets are established in regions which experience extreme weather conditions. These are found in the desert of the Thar where temperatures can touch 50 degrees centigrade during the tropical summer. They are also located in the freezing mountains of the Kashmir region where the winter temperatures can go down to minus 50 degrees centigrade.

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Foundation Stone Laying Ceremony HQ(WC) CHD

On 1st July 2018 Shri K K Sharma, Director General, Border Security Force, laid the foundation stone for Administrative Block of headquarter Special DG (Western Command) BSF. The ceremony was attended by all the IsG of the five Frontiers responsible for guarding India-Pakistan border, heads of the five premier training institutions of the BSF and other officers of the Western Command

A passing-out parade for the243rd batch held at the STC Kharkan on 30 April 2018. Sh Kamal Nayan Choubey, IPS Additional Director General Western Command reviewed the parade as chief guest. He exhorted the recruit constables to be honest and fully committed in Border Management and Internal Security Duties to keep the flag of the BSF high. He said the BSF had proved its credentials during counter- insurgency and anti-militancy operations besides performing internal security duties.

Around fifty women from Tricity Chandigarh visited Lakhnaur Campus to tie Rakhies to BSF Jawans. On this Occasion Shri K N Choubey IPS Addl DG Western Command congratulated the sisters for coming to BSF sparing moments for the event out of their busy Life. He said that BSF felt prevailaged and grateful to the sisters for this kind gesture to remember the Jawans who serve the nations border for safety of motherland. Our Jawan put their entire efforts to safeguard the nation and wards as National Sentinels. On this occasions, rachis were tied to the Jawans with the commitment that they will guards them and will put even their supreme sacrifice to safeguards them.

This event of Cycle Expedition is not the only event which BSF undertakes for Divyang empowerment. In this context, present Director General of Border Security Force, Shri. K K Sharma, IPS has been the source of encouragement and instrumental in converting these endeavours into a Policy. Thus, Divyang Skill Development Centre (DSDC) came into existence on 1 Dec, 2016 at BSF Campus Chawla, New Delhi. This initiative was also in sync with Honourable Prime Minister of India National Wide campaign Accessible India campaign (Sugamya Bharat Abhiyan) for achieving universal accessibility to persons with disabilities.

4th All India Gautam memorial Handball tournament organised at Kount Bhiwani, Haryana. Out of top most 10 teams participated including Indian Army, Indian Air force, BSF, CRPF, SSB, SAI, HARYANA, DELHI, NHA etc. In Final match played between BSF versus Indian Air force, BSF remained runners up in Tournament. In other matches played between Delhi and BSF, BSF won by 27-20. BSF beat CRPF by 28-23.

A group of 40 school children consisting of 20 girls and 20 boys hailing from remote and far flung areas of Jammu region Rajnath Singh at New Delhi. The students are on a Bharat Darshan Tour from 19th to 29th January 2018 organized by the BSF. 2. The concept of Bharat Darshan Tours for the children from Jammu & Kashmir was started as an annual feature in the year 2000. The entire expenditure on the tours is met by BSF. This includes Dresses, Travel Expenses, Boarding and Lodging etc. These children are selected for Bharat Darshan as a part of intensive civic action programme of the force in remote and backward areas of the border.

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