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Over 50,000 Army Personnel Quit Job in Past 5 Years: Report
Published : Mar 28, 2023, 2:20 pm IST
Updated : Mar 28, 2023, 2:20 pm IST
Army Personnel
Army Personnel

Committee Recommended a Survey to understand Employees's Reason of Quitting Job

Details of Retrenchment during 2018 to 2023
BSF = 23,553
CRPF = 13,640
CISF = 5,876

Details of suicides during 2018 to 2022
CRPF = 230 deaths (maximum)
BSF = 174 deaths
Assam Rifles = 43 casualties (lowest)


NEW-DELHI: A Parliamentary Committee report released in the Rajya Sabha has said that at least 50,155 personnel of the country's six paramilitary forces have quit job in the last five years. Apart from this, the number of employees committing suicide has also increased. The Parliamentary Committee expressed concern over the matter and suggested the government to take immediate measures to significantly improve the working conditions of paramilitary personnel and motivate personnel to remain in the force.

The Parliamentary Committee has said in its report that such a level of disruption can affect the working conditions in the security forces. According to the contents of the report, the data presented by the Ministry of Home Affairs shows that the Assam Rifles and the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) have the highest number of quitters. Along with this, the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) and Shashatra Seema Bal (SSB) also witnessed a reduction in the number of personnel leaving the service during 2022.

Of the 50,155 personnel who left the paramilitary force between 2018 and 2023, the highest number was in the BSF (23,553), followed by the CRPF (13,640) and the CISF (5,876).


The Committee has also recommended encouraging soldiers who wish to quit the army. The committee recommended that a survey be conducted to understand why employees are leaving their jobs. The Ministry should conduct exit interviews or surveys among employees undergoing voluntary retirement and resignation to assess the causes of employee concerns and take appropriate measures to address employee concerns so that reduction in force can be prevented.

Over 50,000 youths have quit their jobs in the last five years. Central armed paramilitary forces also reported 654 suicides between 2018 and 2022. The highest number of suicides were recorded in CRPF (230 deaths), followed by BSF (174 deaths) and Assam Rifles with 43 deaths.


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