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Army, police no longer all-male bastions: Modi

IndiaTimes Sunday, 24 October 2021
Lauding the rise in the number of women in police and central armed forces, which has more than doubled in the past six years, PM Narendra Modi on Sunday said that the Army and police are no longer meant only for men, and expressed hope that this trend will lead to “new age policing”, with the women in uniform becoming role models for “lakhs of daughters” of the country.
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