New Delhi: Women bikers of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) named as 'CRPF Women Daredevils' showcased their daring stunts during India's 71st Republic Day parade.

Leading the Dare Devils was Inspector Seema Nag, who was seen saluting while standing atop a moving motorcycle.

Head constable Meena Chaudhary displayed the ready position to fire two 9mm pistols in both her hands while balancing herself amazingly on her motorcycle.

Thereafter, four daredevils donning the different uniforms worn by the force while balancing themselves on one motorcycle rolled down the Rajpath. The formation was led by Head Constable Katke Lata.

Following them was the superb daredevilry of the four daredevil women motorcycle riders. In this, three riders aimed their rifles in different directions while riding a solo motorcycle which was being driven by Constable Sonia.

After that, CRPF Flag March where seven daredevil women riders were seen carrying the flag of CRPF came on Rajpath. This formation was led by Head Constable Pratima Behra.

"We waited so long to be part of Republic Day parade. We all are very excited. Many among us were on leave. We cancelled it due to practice," Sima Nag, Inspector, CRPF had said earlier.

Another woman rider of CRPF daredevil, Pratima Behra said, "This is like dream come true. This is a proud moment for us. I was at home for holidays but when I got to know about this so I called off my holidays and join to practice for the Republic Day parade."

A total of 65 CRPF women performed 9 motorcycle-borne stunts on 18 Royal Enfield Classic 350s.

"It is their (women) determination and motivation that they are practising with full josh. They all are very excited and it is a good opportunity for them. They will make us proud," DIG training, CRPF had said.