Why so many are quitting the paramilitary forces

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New Delhi: Between 2016 and 2020, 40, 096 para military personnel took voluntary retirement and 6, 529 of these troops resigned from service.

20, 2049  personnel from Border Security Force personnel, 11, 029 from Central Reserve Polive Force, 2, 858 from Central Industrial Security Force, 2, 279 from Assam Rifles, 1, 912 from Indo-Tibetan Border Police, and 1, 769 from Sashastra Seema Bal,  took voluntary retirement between 2016 and 2020. In the same period 2, 919 resigned from CISF 1, 708 from BSF, 796 from CRPF, 620 from ITBP, 412 from Sashastra Seema Bal and 74 from Assam Rifles.

An analysis carried out by the Forces indicates that personal and domestic reasons, including children and family issues, health issues relating to self or family members, social and family obligations and other commitments, better career opportunities are some of the major reasons for voluntary retirement and resignation.

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