ITBP

primarily responsible for guarding the Indo-Tibetan border, particularly in the Himalayan mountain range. ITBP is deployed in high-altitude areas, including the border regions with China, to ensure the security and integrity of the Indian borders.

The ITBP personnel are trained in mountaineering, skiing, and other specialized skills required for operations in extreme weather and difficult terrains. They are responsible for patrolling the border areas, preventing illegal border crossings, and maintaining peace and security in the region.

Apart from border security, ITBP also performs various roles and responsibilities such as disaster management, search and rescue operations, and providing security for important national events and infrastructure projects. ITBP personnel have been deployed for United Nations peacekeeping missions as well.

The ITBP is known for its professionalism, discipline, and physical fitness standards. It plays a crucial role in safeguarding the border areas and protecting the national interests of India in the challenging Himalayan region.

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