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Iran-Iraq War- Roles Change

 been made towards the creation of at least one of them: a bank security force. So in addition to the existing various security and para-military forces like the Assam Rifles, the Border Security Force, the Central Reserve Police Force, the Railway Protection Force, the Coastguards, the Indo- Tibetan Border Police and their tor- responding counterparts on other borders, the Central Industrial Security Force and the various forces raised by individual public sector enterprises, not to speak of other forces whose very existence might not be public knowledge, there is to be a Bank Security Force as well as a Village Security Force, to protect the 'weaker sections' in the rural areas and, possibly, a Hospital Security Force as well, presumably to ensure that hospital installations are not damaged and medical personnel are not assaulted by irate patients.

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