New Delhi, Jan 6 (IANS) The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) Director General Rajesh Ranjan on Monday appealed CISF personnel to observer 2020 as the year of “mobility” to accomplish the objective of serving the nation with “utmost dedication and professionalism”.
While interacting with the personnel of 340 units of the CISF deployed in far-flung areas, he urged the force personnel to continue focussing on training and physical fitness; leveraging modern gadgetry and technology, and assured of helping them with all measures for the welfare of them and their families in terms of logistics such as housing, land and equipment.
The objective of the DG”s Webcast address was to reach out and connect with the last force personnel deployed in far-flung areas of the country from North to South (Jammu and Kashmir to Kudankulam in Kanyakumari (Tamil Nadu) and from North-Eastern states to West (NHPC, Subansiri in Assam to Kandla Port in Gujarat), a Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) statement said.
In his address, the DG congratulated the force personnel for their selfless and dedicated service in securing the critical infrastructures and sensitive establishments of our country and highlighted the achievements of the force during the year 2019.
The CISF — a 1.62 lakh strong force — currently secures 347 units with two new inductions at Nayra Energy in Jamnagar and Indian Museum in Kolkata. The total number of Fire Wing Units is 103 with two new units in Fire Wing at NPGCL, Aurangabad (Bihar) and PVUNL, Patratu (Jharkhand).