As part of its public outreach campaign, Loktak Battalion, Assam Rifles organised a 'COVID-19 Awareness and Appropriate Behaviour' drive at Kangvai village, Churachandpur on Wednesday.
A joint operation was launched by a team of Mantripukhri Battalion and Wangoi Police.
Three persons namely Md Rajauddin son of Abdul Rahim, Md Aslam, son of Md Salim along with a juvenile were allegedly attacked by four Assam Rifles personnel.
A critically ill man died on Tengnoupal-Sangshak road as he could not access emergency treatment allegedly owing to the closure of the highway by a gate erected by the Assam Rifles personnel.
The setting up of the AR outpost at Dimapur-Hebron road is a blatant violation of the agreement, the NSCN (I-M) stated.
A total of 145 students, including the teaching staff voluntarily attended the interactive lecture.
The walkathon started from Jadonang park of Tamenglong town and proceeded towards Old Tamenglong village junction, and headed back from there to the starting venue.
The programme was attended by a total of 86 inmates, including 41 girls, 37 boys and eight children below six years of age residing in three institutions at Tamenglong.
The drug was seized during frisking and checking at Bualkot Check Post, Singat sub-division.
The seized timber along with the trucks and drivers have been handed over to Shangshak Police Station, the Assam Rifles said.
Locals of Ngarumphung village were educated on various measures to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
A forest fire which broke out at border village of Khullen, Chandel district on Monday.
DIG of 10 Sector Assam Rifles, Brigadier Ravi Yadav handed over the ventilator to chief medical officer of Ukhrul district, Dr Kapangring Shimray and medical superintendent of Ukhrul District Hospital, Dr Reisangmi Raikhan.
NSCN-IM has stated the Cease Fire Monitoring Group (CFMG) should look into the matter with all seriousness to halt the arrest and raiding spree of the AR, and accordingly secure the unconditional release of Col Keewang Deosha.
The village chiefs assured full support to Assam Rifles.
The government would not remain as a silent spectator. The perpetrators would be definitely hunted down," the CM said at the wreath laying ceremony of the martyrs.
On Friday, the whole campus of 27 Assam Rifles, Somsai and Transit Quarter, Phungreitang have been declared containment areas, as a measure to prevent further spread of COVID-19.
Twenty-nine people tested positive for COVID-19 in the state on Thursday.
"The precious lives of these promising young soldiers may have been cut short in their prime time, but they have indeed gained martyrdom in this cruel death while in the line of national duty."
Six Naga Army personnel were killed by the combined forces of Assam Rifles, Indian Army and Arunachal Pradesh state police at Nginu in Longding district of Arunachal Pradesh on July 11.
Following an intelligence tip off regarding the presence of armed NSCN (I-M) cadres, the troops launched a well-planned and coordinated operation in the area.