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Assam Rifles conduct various activities

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 11/5/2020 12:46:17 PM IST

Assam Rifles, under the aegis of HQ IGAR (N), conducted various activities under its civic action programme for the welfare of public. 

Jalukie Battalion: Jalukie Battalion conducted medical and immunisation camp in collaboration with PHC Athibung at Vonkithem on November 1. According to PRO HQ IGAR (N), a medical team provided check-up and immunization to the villagers of Vonkithem, Phaijol and New Chamcha villages and provided necessary medicines. 
The villagers were briefed about the various health and hygiene precautions to be taken during the COVID-19 crisis. A total of 152 villagers benefited from the medical and immunization camp. 
Jalukie Battalion also organised intensive and focused COVID-19 campaign at Peren village. Villagers were briefed on importance of COVID-19 safety protocols. A total of 40 residents attended the camp. 
Mon Battalion: Mon Battalion constructed a recreation hall at Shalom Kids School Foundation under the Assam Rifles civic action programme (CAP) and handed over to the school authority.  
The school authority appreciated the effort of Assam Rifles. 
Tuensang Battalion: Tuensang Battalion, conducted COVID awareness camps at Yakshu, Monyakshu, Noykhu and Wangti villages on October 31 with the objective to create awareness about the menace of COVID-19 and measures to be adopted for prevention of COVID free Nagaland. According to PRO HQ IGAR (N), Tuensang Battalion also conducted medical camp at Chenloisho village on October 31, to provide medical support and assistance to villagers especially the old, handicapped, orphaned people and women who were unable to go to hospitals at far distances. 
Shamator Battalion: Shamator Battalion rescued two children, two ladies and a driver of taxi, who were seriously injured in road accident, about 8 kms ahead on Noklak-Tuensang road on October 30. 
Security personal moving in the same area immediately swung into action to rescue the injured. 
The injured persons were immediately moved to Noklak District Hospital by the troops. 

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