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CISF Salutes & Bids Farewell To The Brave Heroes Who Were 'Born As A Dog, Retired As A Soldier'

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Not all heroes wear capes, some wear CISF uniform and walk on all fours towards making the world a better place. They may not have superpowers, but their very existence is enough to make us feel safe and loved. And the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) recently celebrated those heroes and gave them a grand salute for their services towards the country.  

Born as a dog, retired as a soldier...
A Farewell ceremony for 07 #K9 members of #CISF organised @ CISF Unit DMRC Delhi. They were handed over to NGO @Friendicoes_DEL, New Delhi. Thank you for your services ! pic.twitter.com/3h1fREZz5s

— CISF (@CISFHQrs) November 19, 2019

Seven dogs of the CISF retired on Tuesday after serving with the para-military force for eight years. To bid them farewell and to reward their bravery, CISF for the first time in history threw a retirement ceremony for them and posted pictures of the same with a beautiful message "Born as a dog, retired as a soldier."

#CISF bids farewell to Hina (Lab/F), Veer (CSP/M), Kite (Lab/F) & Jelly (Lab/F) #CISF K9 members who officially retired from duty today. Our K9 heroes averted danger many times when lives were on stake. pic.twitter.com/rP9uw6KCa7

— CISF (@CISFHQrs) November 19, 2019

CISF wrote on Twitter, "#CISF bids farewell to our K9 heroes- Jessy (GSD/F), Lucky (Lab/F) & Lovely (Lab/F) who officially retired from duty today. We will always remain indebted for contributing immensely in security of Delhi Metro."

#CISF bids farewell to our K9 heroes- Jessy (GSD/F), Lucky (Lab/F) & Lovely (Lab/F) who officially retired from duty today. We will always remain indebted for contributing immensely in security of Delhi Metro. pic.twitter.com/tn5T3wfbKZ

— CISF (@CISFHQrs) November 19, 2019

The dogs named Hina, Kite, Jelly, Jessy, Lucy, Lovely and Veer, were part of the CISF team responsible for the work of Delhi Metro and were given medals, certificates and mementos at the ceremony. They were handed over to an NGO in New Delhi.


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