Self created threat from Pakistan: Indian Military elite Commandos to be deployed near Pakistan borders

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Self created threat from Pakistan: Indian Military elite Commandos to be deployed near Pakistan borders

NEW DELHI - Over the Self created threat from Pakistan, Indian Military elite Commandos to be deployed near Pakistan borders.

Indian National Security Guard (NSG) hub will be established at Pathankot in Punjab soon for faster deployment during counter-terror operations. Zee News has exclusively learned that the Ministry of Home Affairs is all set to raise the sixth hub in Pathankot which houses a major base of the Indian Air Force (IAF) and has several defence establishments in the vicinity.

The Special Action Group of NSG also known as 51 SAG will be deployed in Pathankot. The hub will have a force of 500 NSG commandos who will be stationed permanently in Pathankot.

The proposed Pathankot hub of NSG will be able to secure airbases, Army stations and other important assets in Punjab as well as respond much more quickly to tackle hostage like situations.

Home Ministry sources say Pakistani agencies are trying to disrupt Punjab in a big way. A strong anti-infiltration grid by the Indian Army and Border Security Force along the Line of Control and International Border in Occupied Jammu and Kashmir has already been established.