Assam Rifles conduct various activities in Nagaland

Kohima, November 29 (NEx): The Assam Rifles through a press release to NagalandExpress informed about various activities conducted by its different battalions across Nagaland State.

Assam rifles inaugurate waiting shed at Kehoi & Vihuto village:

Jalukie Battalion of Assam Rifles under the aegis of IGAR (North) inaugurated a waiting shed at Kehoi village, Sukhovi to alleviate the problem of local populace while waiting for the transportation under the Assam Rifles civic action programme, on November 24, 2020. A total of 100 villagers attended the inauguration ceremony.

In yet another true spirit of selfless service to the people, Jalukie battalion of Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR(N) dedicated one waiting shed at Vihuto village, which has been a long awaited requirement of the
villagers. This waiting shed will not only assist villagers of Vihuto but also the common commuters of road connecting Jalukie and Dimapur via Sukhovi. The new waiting shed will ease out the inconveniences faced by the villagers for commuting to Dimapur or Jalukie as the area is prone to heavy rainfall from April to October.

Assam Rifles conduct Medical Camp at Ngam:

Also, Jalukie Battalion of Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR(N) conducted a Medical camp at Ngam village in Peren district on November 26, 2020.

Assam Rifles troops moved forward to help the people of Ngam amidst the Corona crisis. The irregular medical supplies and paucity of regular doctors had left the villagers helpless. The villagers especially the old aged individuals were also briefed about the various health and hygiene methods to be implemented during this crisis. A total of 72 villagers benefited from the medical camp.

Drinking Water Supply at Old Age Home, Indesen, Dimapur:

Meanwhile, Dimapur Battalion of Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (N) supported an Old Age Home in Indesen village, Dimapur by providing 9000 liters of drinking water on November 25, 2020. The Battalion has been carrying out such activities regularly in its area of
responsibility to address the daily problems of the local population.

The action by the Battalion had been appreciated by the members of civil society. Founder and care taker of the Old Age Home, Mrs Tiala Ao had expressed gratitude for the help extended by Assam Rifles, and has requested to continue such assistance for the welfare of the society.