Assam Rifles conducts monthly security meet
IMPHAL | Mar 11
Tulihal Battalion of 9 Sector Assam Rifles conducted a monthly Security Meet at Mayang Imphal Company Operating Base (COB), said a release by PRO IGAR (South).
The security forum was attended by village Pradhans, councilors, ward members, shopkeepers and locals. During the meet various aspects concerning security in the area were discussed.
There was also an interaction carried out on necessary measures required to be undertaken by locals in synergy with Assam Rifles for maintaining a strict vigil in the area. In addition to the security issues, career counseling for youth and future action plans of civic projects were also discussed.
The release has also informed of Mantripukhri Battalion of 9 Sector Assam Rifles conducting an Anti-Drug Campaign for Drug Free Manipur at Tingri village today.
As part of the campaign, an interactive lecture was conducted at the village to enlighten and to generate awareness about the ill effects of drugs among youths and to guide them to lead a healthy and prosperous life. The lecture was attended by children, Meira Paibis and members of local Youth Club.
The lecture was followed by an Anti-Drug Rally which started off from Tingri Primary School covering the entire village of Tingri. The rally witnessed the attendance of over 200 Meira Paibis and locals.
Meanwhile Kakching Battalion of 28 Sector Assam Rifles provided six Solar Street Lights with solar panel, LED light and battery at Tonsen Khullen Village, Kakching district today under OP SADBHAVANA, added the release.
The Solar Lights were handed over by Kakching Batallion Assam Rifles to village chief of Tonsen Khullen Village.
The release by IGAR (South) also said that Moreh Battalion of 26 Sector Assam Rifles in continuation of its de-addiction drive, the medical officer of Moreh battalion along with his medical team carried out a medical check-up and provided medicine to the patients at Rehab Hope centre, Moriah Lhangtheng, Ward no II, Moreh.
A total of 43 patients were treated at the medical camp during which they were also educated on the benefits of drug free life and critical withdrawal symptoms associated with drug addiction with the help of videos. Inmates were provided counselling and provided free medicines to alleviate their agony.
The platform was also utilised to discuss and plan the awareness campaign for National Skill Development Council (NSDC). Total nine heads of CSOs from Moreh were also in presence during the event. The Assam Rifles Battalion at Moreh has liaised with NSDC to engage the Moreh youth in skill development activities.
The release also mentioned of Keithelmanbi Battalion of 9 Sector Assam Rifles organising a House to House Polio Drive as part of Mega Pulse Polio Campaign in various parts of Imphal Valley today.
The battalion visited houses in Andro, Canchipur and Janglenphai villages to ensure hundred percent vaccinations of children in these areas.
The medical teams of the battalion accompanied by respective area PHC teams, reached out to the locals of remote locations and carried out immunization of over 100 children, added the release.
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