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NSG commandos is categorised into two groups: SAG and SRG

The Special Action Group (SAG) comprises of 54% of the force and is the elite, offensive wing that has members drawn from the Indian Army. Whereas, the Special Rangers Group (SRG) has members on deputation from central police organizations like the CRPF, the BSF, the Indo-Tibetan Border Police and the Rapid Action Force. Primarily, the function of the SRG is to assist the SAF, especially in isolating target areas. 

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