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64th Raising Day of CD & HG observed
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, DEC 6 (NPN):
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Published on 7 Dec. 2010 12:02 AM IST
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A week-long commemoration of 64th Civil Defence & Home Guards (CD & HD) Raising Day culminated Monday coinciding with the 17th passing out parade of home guards volunteers and prison wardens at Central Training Institute (CTI), Toluvi here with DG (CD & HG & Prison) O. Alem as chief guest.
Speaking at the ceremony, the DG said the role of civil defense and home guards has assumed greater significance in the present scenario.
Congratulating the commandants, deputy controllers and volunteers of CD & HG of all the districts for exhibiting their best to meet the call of duty, the director general said: “If not for your alertness, the provision of security and required demonstration at the district and village level were void.”
He said that union government in consonant with the national call of duty was taking up measures to initiate and enhance techniques to improve and equip the task force. “This is true of the government of Nagaland,” the director general added.
O. Alem also pointed out that with the foresight to cope with any types of crisis the organisation should remain total alert.
Laying emphasis on the motto of the force “Service before self”, the DG urged his men to rise to the occasion and be ever prepared to the call of duty anywhere in the state.
The chief guest, who earlier reviewed the ceremonial passing out parade and took the salute presented prizes to best trainees in various discipline. The best in turn out was awarded to Heshika Achumi, best in drill to Chuso, best in discipline to Metse Therie and best in social work to Vikeheno Puccho of prison HQ.
Earlier, CTI commandant N. Itoshe Kibami delivered the welcome address and presented a brief report on the training programme. A message from state chief minister Neiphiu Rio was also read out during the programme.
Altogether 142 personnel including 110 home guards volunteers, 28 prison wardens and five security guards passed out of the Central Training Institute after undergoing 60-day basic training.
They were trained on various subjects including weapon handling, cane drill, without arms, drill with, jail custody and management for prison warden and disaster management.
The occasion was witnessed by HG and prison officers and personnel, family members of trainees and well wishers.

 
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