Rajnath Singh inaugurates underwater training tank for NSG
Home Minister Rajnath Singh Tuesday inaugurated the Diving Training Tank, developed to train commandos in underwater operations, at the NSG camp here, an official said.
Gurgaon: Home Minister Rajnath Singh Tuesday inaugurated the Diving Training Tank, developed to train commandos in underwater operations, at the NSG camp here, an official said.
Rajnath Singh visited the National Security Guard (NSG) camp, Manesar for the first time after becoming home minister.
After paying homage to the NSG martyrs by laying a wreath at the Martyrs' Memorial, he was briefed on the various aspects and issues pertaining to the force by Director General J.N. Choudhury and other senior officers.
The minister addressed the senior officers and assured them that he would look into the issues raised by them.
He also saw a demonstration of various skills by the NSG commandos.
While addressing a gathering of approximately 800 commandos, Rajnath Singh complimented the NSG for the role that it has played as the elite federal counter-terrorist force of the nation.
Before leaving, he said: "Visiting NSG gave me an opportunity to meet officers and jawans and also see demonstration of their skills. I am thrilled. NSG as an organisation instils a sense of security and confidence in the minds of the countrymen. We are proud of this organisation. I wish the force all the very best."