For the first time in its 32-year history, the nation's world class government counter-terror force National Security Guard today gave a miss to its traditional Raising Day festivities inferable from various jobs needing to be done the nation over in the wake of uplifted security post the surgical strikes.
The 'dark felines' commando drive, brought up in 1984, has chosen to not showcase its counter-fear and counter-capture drills to the general population at its army in Manesar close New Delhi this time and rather simply hold the conventional 'bada khaana' (devour) for the commandos and an address session on the subject of psychological warfare.
Consistently, the National Security Guard holds stupendous festivals to check the day and welcome a Union Minister (of the Home Ministry) to respect its work force and be the main visitor.
Authorities said the choice to avoid these open festivals was taken by new NSG Director General SP Singh who, they said, had a two dimensional thought.
While the Director General brought up that a decent share of the powers' labor is sent for exceptional undertakings and is on caution in the wake of the elevated security situation post the surgical strikes furthermore because of the progressing merry season, he additionally felt that the strike commandos unit ought to abstain from being much unmistakable in people in general and keep up its incognito character, sources said.
Thus, they said, when a little association like NSG has a huge share of its labor on dynamic obligation, holding the standard Raising Day festivities would not be suitable furthermore a strain on assets.