Three sniffer dogs return home
With the ongoing situation in Afghanistan, three Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) sniffer dogs safely return home along with a contingent of 99 ITBP commandos.
Maya, Ruby and Bobby, the three sniffer dogs have served the ITBP commandos for three years in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Moreover, Maya, Ruby and Bobby are a part of the K-9 sniffer dog squad of the 150-member paramilitary personnel which had been deployed at the Indian Embassy in Kabul.
Therefore, they had to ensure the safety of all Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) officials positioned at the Indian Embassy in Kabul.
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Deployment and service
According to the ITBP, Maya, Ruby and Bobby worked with zero errors to sniff out terror and secure Indian Assets in Kabul.
The three sniffer dogs underwent training at the ITBP centre National Training Centre for Dogs, Bhanu, in Panchkula and then deployed at the Indian Embassy in Kabul back in 2019.
Updates regarding Indian officials’ return from Kabul
Both on Monday and Tuesday, India evacuated all of its staff from the Indian Embassy in Kabul by the Indian Air Force (IAF) aircraft. They were then brought to Delhi later after landing at Jamnagar, Gujarat.
Later, two Indian Air Force aircraft carrying people who had been evacuated from Kabul landed in Jamnagar.