New Delhi: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday assured the National Security Guard (NSG) of upgrading their infrastructure and training.
Inaugurating the Composite Building complex of 52 Special Action Group here, he also stressed that the NSG should conduct regular exercises with counterparts from friendly countries.
“Today no developed country can claim immunity from terrorist strikes. All progressive societies have to stand up against terrorism,” he said.
Noting that 19 NSG personnel have laid down their lives in the service of the nation since the force was set up in 1984, Rajnath Singh laid stress on bringing out illustrated booklets containing their biographies as an inspiration for the youth.
He added that NSG must commemorate their martyrdom day with at least one officer visiting their families and organising programmes at their homes by involving the community.