The NSG will set up an exclusive "high frequency" signals centre for the upcoming Commonwealth Games here as part of its strategy to secure the sporting extravaganza.
Official sources said the signals centre would be set up in proximity to a Games venue and would maintain communication between the personnel deployed, the force headquarters and the NSG garrison in Manesar.
"The unit from the Special Ranger Group (SRG) will set up the logistics and communication facilities at the centre with assistance from the technical wing of NSG," an official said.
A team of NSG commandos specialised in anti-sabotage operations and sniper skills will be taking the entire Games related exercise under its cover.
"Commando teams will be deployed during the Commonwealth Games for securing the athletes and the venues. The men will have the best training and weapons," National Security Guard (NSG) Director-General N P S Aulakh told PTI at the Manesar garrison.
The commandos will be divided into select groups to perform 'static' as well as 'mobile' guard duties during the Games, which will witness athletes and delegates from at least 30 countries in October next year, sources said. PTI