AR conducts civic action programmes across Nagaland

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 8/2/2020 1:16:52 PM IST

Assam Rifles, under the aegis of HQ IGAR (North) organised civic action programmes across the state for the welfare of the public. 

Kiphire Battalion:  Kiphire Battalion organised medical camps at Penkim and surrounding villages of Kiphire district on July 28. According to PRO HQ IGAR (N) the battalion provided health check-up, medical consultancy and medicines to 47 male, 44 female and 15 children who attended respective camps in Penkim, Fakim and Vongtsuwong villages. 
Kiphire Battalion also facilitated residents of Pungro village with an agro farming shed to cater for fruit sapling nursery, stocking of agriculture produce and shed for workers, inaugurated on July 31 by Brig, Abhinav  Gurha,  Commander 5 Sector AR, in presence of VCMs, Pungro village and chairman YTC. The newly inaugurated agro farming shed also includes provisions for requisite farming tools rain water harvesting with storage facility, to ensure water supply for sustained development of the nursery and fruit orchard. 1000 saplings of fruit bearing trees (assorted type) were also handed over during the inaugural event.
Tuensang Battalion: Tuensang Battalion, installed rain water harvesting facility for residents of Changlangshu village, Mon and handed it over to the village functionaries on July 27. The provision was installed in order to facilitate residents with storage facility, for use during community gathering and festivals. 
Jalukie Battalion: Jalukie Battalion assisted the civil administration by providing clean potable water to quarantine facility at Govt Higher Secondary School, Peren on July 24. Battalion also distributed hand sanitiser and masks to children residing at Christian Servant hood Orphanage Home, Peren. Medical examination was also carried out and children were encouraged to continue adhering with safety guidelines and to avoid unnecessary exposure.
Shamator Battalion: Shamatore Battalion, assisted civil administration in restoring Noklak - Tuensang road link, disrupted by landslide on July 28.


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