Gov, CM greet HG&CD on its ‘Raising Day’

DIMAPUR, DEC 5 (NPN) | Publish Date: 12/5/2018 12:23:36 PM IST

On the eve of the Home Guards & Civil Defence (HG&CD) Raising Day, the Nagaland governor, PB Acharya, and chief minister, Neiphiu Rio, have extended greetings to personnel of HG&CD Nagaland and wished them success in all their future missions.

In his message, Acharya said HG&CD personnel serve as auxiliary support to the Police and Civil administration and help in maintaining law and order as also in coping with disasters like fire, floods, epidemics etc. “They render vital and absolutely valuable service to society,” governor said and expressed confidence that they would continue to work with same zeal keeping service before self in serving the society and the Nation.

He further extended greetings and felicitations to all officers, rank and file of Nagaland CD&HG personnel. Governor expressed optimism that the organisation would continue its journey towards excellence. He hoped that it would continue its selfless service in safeguarding the civilian life and property in the state with more enthusiasm and perseverance.

Governor also called upon the CD&HG personnel to remain committed to the cause and to give their best to the people, state and the country.

CM:  Chief Minister, Neiphiu Rio, extended warmest greeting and felicitations to the members of the HG&CD organization for the yeoman service rendered by them for the people in distress and especially during emergency situations, natural calamities, accidents etc.

In his message, chief minister said HG&CD was originally raised as a subsidiary force for aiding the state police and civil administration in maintenance of law and order, but over the years the role and responsibilities of HG&CD have grown hugely.

Today, Rio said in addition to its primary role as a reserve force, the organisation forms part of the dedicated State Disaster Response Force and was one of the first response teams in attending to natural and manmade calamities and other emergencies.

Saluting HG&CD for the voluntary service performed for society, the chief minister urged upon the officers and all ranks of HG&CD Nagaland to continue to uphold the proud tradition of service to humanity. 

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