Soldiers will be sent to duties in Kashmir via helicopters.

The Home Ministry has taken an important decision after the second anniversary of the Pulwama attack

Under which CRPF personnel deployed in Kashmir will be sent to the duty place via MI-17 helicopter on return from leave. The CRPF and the Ministry of Home Affairs have prepared the entire outline for this. Usually, when the soldiers return from vacation, they were sent to different parts of Kashmir by bus from Jammu. Due to which terrorists easily target unarmed soldiers.

According to the report of the news agency ANI, this decision has been taken by the Ministry of Home Affairs. On Thursday, the CRPF also issued its related order,under which MI-17 helicopter will be used as a transport to protect the soldiers from IED and terrorist attack. Currently, helicopter service has been scheduled for three days a week. According to the CRPF, the soldiers will have to inform their unit at least one day in advance to avail the helicopter facility.

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