As Home Minister Rajnath Singh formally inducted a 36-member all-women team in Delhi Police, history was made as Delhi became the first state in the country to have an all-women SWAT team.
With it, India also became one of the few countries to have an all-women SWAT team. When you think of the rigorous training regime and the relentless efforts required to become a SWAT commando, you’d know why there aren’t too many women SWAT commandos around the world.
Adept at climbing multi-story buildings and carrying rescue operations in all sorts of situations, these women can do it all.
With women forming just 7% of the police force in India, the formation of an all-women SWAT team is a massive achievement.
Let’s read about them in more detail-
We hope this can inspire more women to take up this profession and break new barriers
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