Amit Shah speaks on 37th Raising Day of National Security Guards Says, ''The country is proud of...''

Union Home Minister Amit Shah has congratulated the soldiers on the occasion of the 37th Raising Day of the National Security Guards (NSG) on Saturday. He described NSG as a world class trained force that can deal with all forms of terrorism. In a tweet, Amit Shah said, "Congratulations to our brave NSG personnel on the 37th Foundation Day. NSG is a world class trained force that can deal with all forms of terrorism. This brave army has left no stone unturned to live up to its motto 'Best Security Everywhere'. India is proud of the NSG Black Cats.’

The NSG was formed in the year 1984. Rising Day is celebrated NSG on 16th October every year. It is also known as Black Cats. India felt the need for a force like NSG in 1984 due to Operation Blue Star. Then, the Government felt that if there was a Special Army in the country, such cases of terrorism could be easily dealt with. The force was then formed to deal with terrorist cases in any part of the country.

NSG force soldiers are also called black cats because they wear black clothes. It has carried out several major operations so far. These include black thunder, Ashwamedh, vajra shakti and black tornadoes. When India was attacked on 26/11, the NSG was also entrusted with the responsibility of the mission to save the hostages in the hotel. The job of this army is not to work for the State Police Force or the paramilitary forces. Rather, it is deployed only under certain circumstances.

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