111 Bn BSF conducts various activities

111 Bn BSF conducts various activities
BSF officer giving away the gifts.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 10/22/2018 11:14:20 AM IST

The 111 Bn BSF organized various activities on the occasion of “police commemoration day”. 

A press release by 111 Bn BSF stated that, as part of scheduled programme, senior officer of 111 Bn BSF visited martyrs homes and schools to honour the martyrs for their supreme sacrifice. 

On October 16, the officer visited Kitami village, Zunheboto, district native village of martyr late CT Nikhato Sema from 137 Bn BSF, who attained martyrdom on July 5, 1999, and gave away token gifts to the family at a function held at Government High School, Asugiqa, Zunheboto. 

On October 17, the officer visited the home of two martyrs namely late HC Khuniho Sema and late L/NK T Khehoto Sema who attained martyrdom  on September 1, 1989 in defending CI  Post Laniye Bridge. 

The officer visited the Government Middle School, South Point East, Zunheboto and addressed the school assembly and gave away token gifts in honour of late L/NK T Khehuto Sema of Ikiye village Zunheboto, district in the presence of GB and relatives of martyr. The officer also visited their homes interacted with the family. 

On October 17, the officer also visited the home of late HC Khunito Sema of Hokiya village and interacted with the family members and gave away gifts at Government Middle School, Alahuto colony, Zunheboto.  

On October 21, BSF martyrs marathon was conducted at 111 Bn BSF, Satakha campus. Altogether six officers, 30 SOs and 105 ORs participated in the marathon run.

A function was also held which was addressed by officiating commandant Sh. Nitin Gupta, 2IC 111 BN BSF. At the function, late L/NK S. Muno Khemenger of Thangnyuking village Noklak district, Nagaland who served at 99 Bn BSF and attained martyrdom in the service of the nation was honored and a gift was handed over to the family of the martyrs. 

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