President's bodyguards undergo training in Agra as regiment completes 250 years
The oldest security force in the world is thought to be the bodyguards for the president of India. 250 years ago, this force was established. It took part in a unique training course in Uttar Pradesh. Additionally, it has shown off their abilities and accomplished numerous stunts.
The President's Bodyguard is a regiment that performs ceremonial responsibilities for the President of India. It was established by Governor-General Warren Hastings in September 1773 and is the senior-most regiment in the Indian Army's order of precedence.
Excellent horsemen, competent tank crewmen, and paratroopers make up the workforce.
The President's Bodyguards have been in combat in a number of situations since Independence.