The Indian Army Will Now Induct Women in Military Police


In a major step towards breaking gender barriers in the Indian forces, the Indian Army has finalised on a plan to induct women in the military police, a senior officer said on Friday.

The plan is to induct approximately 800 women in military police, with a yearly intake of 52 personnel per year, Adjuntant General of the Army Lt Gen Ashwani Kumar told reporters.

In an interview in June, Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat had said the Army was looking at inducting women jawans and the process would start with the induction of women into military police corps. Read More…

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