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Combat Covid-19: No shoulder to shoulder march-past by NSG commandos this year on R-Day | India News

NEW DELHI: By the time you decide to leave your bed on lazy winter mornings, National Security Guard (NSG) commandos rehearsing for the Republic Day parade finish their practice and start gearing up for the next session of training.
NSG commandos sweat for at least 5 hours to give a flawless marching past on Republic day at Rajpath, which is a hub nowadays for forces taking part in the Republic Day parade as their practice venue. This year NSG, the elite force of India for counter-terror operations, has decided to make changes for the Republic Day parade as per the COVID-19 health protocols.
NSG commandos will be marching with a distance of more than 1.5 metres from each other. Earlier, they used to march down Rajpath from shoulder to shoulder. The distance will be visible from a distance as NSG commandos will be following the COVID-19 protocols.

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