Irregular work hours, inadequate sleep, workplace discomfort, diminished motivation, and the strain of work-related stress spilling over to personal lives are forcing a substantial number of CAPF personnel to quit. But authorities seem reluctant to acknowledge their plight and consider them as part of the armed forces or police.
Through these fields of destruction Baptisms of fire I’ve witnessed your suffering As the battle raged high –Mark Knopfler, Brothers in Arms Dire Straits’ lofty verses penned in the early 80s on the senselessness of war and the impact it has on its foot soldiers are perhaps resonating with nearly a million strong personnel of India’s paramilitary forces. They are our brothers in arms, our men in uniform who toil to ensure national security. They
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