MHA deploys crack canine dog teams to prevent terror attack on Parliament

Delhi: In order to prevent any terror attack on the Parliament, the Ministry of Home Affairs has given a nod for the deployment of dog teams – ‘Operation Gold Nose’.

As per reports of a leading daily, despite the presence of multiple ring security system inside the Parliament, there are attacking sneaking inside with explosives and placing them either under the tables or in flower pots. So, in any such case, the trained crack canines will come to ones rescue. Also, if anyone touches the explosive, it will be detected by the digs.

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The Parliament Security Services (PSS) has been asked by the ITBP to deploy their K9 units. There dogs are to most highly trained dogs in the world. Also, they were selected by the US Navy Seals to protest US President Barack Obama during his India visit.

The operation is under the supervision of ITBP DIG RC Baijwan.