Intelligence at Border District!! Details Here. The Border Security Force provides administrative power to the union government according to the law of Section 139 (1) (i) of the BSF Act, 1968. It gives the power according to this law to each and every member of the Border Security Force. By extending its administrative power over the union territories the Border Security Force prevent the crimes against the nation with collaboration with the state police department. This statement is given by the union minister Mr. Nithyanand Rai in the written manner at the house of Lok shaba.
The Border Security Force (BSF) is India’s border guarding force. It has a boundary with Pakistan and Bangladesh. It is one of the five Central Armed Police Forces of India, and was created in the wake of the 1965 War on 1 December 1965, “for ensuring the security of the borders of India and for matters connected there with”. It has various active roles during an outbreak of war.
It is the only CAPF to have a Full-fledged Water Wing, Air Wing and even an Artillery Regiment of its own. It comes under the Ministry of Home Affairs. The BSF has its own cadre of officers but its head, designated as a Director-General (DG), since its raising has been an officer from the Indian Police Service.
The BSF has grown exponentially from a few battalions in 1965, to 186 battalions with a sanctioned strength of 257,363 personnel including an expanding Air wing, Marine wing, an artillery regiment, and specialized units. Now it stands as the world’s largest border preventing force. BSF Border Security Force has been termed as the First and foremost force of Indian union Territories. Section 139 in THE BORDER SECURITY FORCE ACT, 1968 it tells the law of “Powers and duties conferrable and imposable on members of the Force.”
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