Jamshedpur, Feb 4: RAF battalion 106 kicked-off a month-long Conversion training at Sundernagar. About 188 jawans are participating in the camp that is being organised from February 3 to 29. PK Singh commandant, RAF battalion 106 inaugurated the training programme. Jawans from Lucknow, Prayagraj, Jamshedpur, Bhopal and Punjab are participating in it. The participants will be trained on various ways to control situations. ��
RAF is equipped with non-lethal weapons for dispersing the crowd with minimum harm and losses. It is always kept in readiness for rapid deployment when the situation so demands and are only deployed by the orders of Ministry of Home Affairs on specific demands from state governments for a short duration.
In Sundernagar, in the southern periphery of the Steel City, RAF battalion 106 has always played a crucial role in restoration of law and order in the city and its adjoining towns whenever lawlessness prevailed.