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    Army dogs keep danger and stress at bay for soldiers in Jammu and Kashmir

    By: | Shopian |

    October 4, 2020 1:17:47 pm





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    Performing with aplomb, the canines have been helping the troops in locating improvised explosive devices, chasing violent mobs or tracking fleeing terrorists. (Representational Image)

    Dogs can be great stress-busters. And they are proving exactly that for soldiers of 44 Rashtriya Rifles who have found comfort in the company of two-year-old Rosh, a labrador whose ever-bubbling energy provides an instant relief after a hard day of patrolling.

    Rosh is among the six mute sentinels who have been keeping pace with their soldier-friends of the 44 unit of Rashtriya Rifles, an anti-militancy carved out of regular units.

    Rosh, Tapi and Clyde have been deployed with the unit which keeps a vigil on sensitive areas of south Kashmir, covering Lassipura in Pulwama, Imam Saheb and Shopian town.

    Performing with aplomb, the canines have been helping the troops in locating improvised explosive devices, chasing violent mobs or tracking fleeing terrorists.

    Col A K Singh, who heads the 44 RR, feels that the canine squad has played an important role in many anti-militancy operations and averted many incidents that could have led to causalities of security forces.

    Ruffling Rosh, Col Singh said that he is “one of our celebrities” as he had successfully caught a…

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