NSG commandos don’t march shoulder to shoulder on this Republic Day, which is a big reason

National Security Guard (NSG) commandos are practicing for the Republic Day parade on January 26. He is gearing up for the next training session. NSG commandos have been sweating for at least 5 hours in a spectacular parade in Rajpath on the Republic Day.

India’s NSG, which is conducting a counter-terrorism campaign this year, has decided to change the Republic Day parade according to the Kovid-19 Health Protocol. NSG commandos will march more than 1.5 meters from each other. Earlier, they were marching from shoulder to shoulder with Rajpath. The distance between the commandos is visible from a distance.

Only 40 percent of the total number of commandos will participate in the Republic Day parade. A team of commandos, accompanied by senior and paramilitary officers of the Indian Army, arrive at Rajpath every morning at 5 am and practice till 10 am A senior NSG official told ANI, “We come at 5 in the morning and start our practice. This is a routine for us. After reaching Rajpath, we will practice again and again. Our procession is not perfect.

The official said – this year on the Republic Day, we have more vehicles than last year. People look at different looks with specially designed vehicles.