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Women to get 20% jobs in Military Police, says Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman

The government has decided to induct women for the first time in Personnel Below Officer Rank, PBOR, role in Corps of Military Police. In a tweet yesterday, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said, the women will be inducted in graded manner to eventually comprise 20 per cent of total Corps of Military Police. She said, the decision to induct women in the military police will enhance their representation in the armed forces. Their role would range from probing rape and molestation cases to assisting the Army wherever required. 

Currently, women are allowed in select areas such as medical, legal, educational, signals and engineering wings of the Army. 

The role of the military police includes policing cantonments and army establishments, preventing a breach of rules and regulations by soldiers, maintaining movement of soldiers as well as logistics during peace and war, handling prisoners of war and extending aid to civil police whenever required

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