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G-20 Summit: Security Beefed Up! BSF, NSG and CRPF Lead Anti-Drone Measures at Hotels

The BSF, NSG, and CRPF have taken the initiative in installing anti-drone equipment and sniper squads to protect hotels and strategic places as the G-20 Summit draws near. Delhi's security forces have also deployed sniper teams.

G-20 Summit: With the G-20 summit beginning on September 8, several Delhi Police units, including foreign security agencies, Indian Central Security Agencies, Paramilitary, and Air Force, are fully prepared to respond swiftly to any attack or other situation. Are. 29 head of state delegations, as well as ministers and representatives of international organisations, will stay in 23 hotels in Delhi and 2 hotels in Gurugram.

BSF, NSG, and CRPF’s Critical Role in G-20 Security

In addition to these hotels, the BSF, NSG, and CRPF have been tasked with guarding Pragati Maidan, Rajghat, and other nearby locations from drone attacks. These three organisations have assumed control by putting in place their own anti-drone defences. They have the most cutting-edge drone defence systems. In light of this, he has been given this crucial task. The BSF (Border Security Force) has the most unique anti-drone weapons. These have an effective range of roughly two kilometres and can take out any opposing drone. The police officer claims that the CRPF, BSF, and NSG have led the charge in putting anti-drone equipment on hotel roofs. The Delhi Police Special Cell’s SWAT commandos have been stationed around hotels, Pragati Maidan, and other locations. They have sniper rifles as weapons.

Precision Rifles Enhance G-20 Security

This rifle’s unique selling point is its ability to eliminate targets at a distance of up to 1.5 kilometres, even at night. Additionally, all of the hotels and Pragati Maidan have anti-sabotage teams that are ready to take over in an emergency. Personnel from the Special Cell and Security Units are included. After several days of multi-agency checks, the Delhi Police security section has now seized full control of the hotels. The hotels have already been occupied by paramilitary, NDRF, Delhi Police, and foreign and Indian security services. From Tuesday, no outsiders will be permitted to stay in hotels. Delhi Police would have complete supervision over the hotel. This is being observed for the first time after several months of coordinated day and night security preparations by all of the nation’s security services. Along with the carcade on Monday, all of the central agencies, foreign security agencies, and Delhi Police conducted a security drill. The workout lasted from six in the morning till lunch. Rajghat and Pragati Maidan were first approached by 60 convoys from various hotels.

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