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Security for I-Day tightened in Kohima

Security for I-Day tightened in Kohima
ADP-cum-jungle search by COB MS-42 (3 AR) & police representative from Zubza police station on August 9.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 8/13/2019 12:09:07 PM IST

Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (N) carried out a security audit in Kohima town and surrounding areas to priortise and co-ordinate security measures and to ensure incident free celebration of Independence Day 2019. 

According to AR sources, the joint operations and exercises were conducted with police, CRPF and BSF to thwart any threat from anti national elements in the coming days.

The first ever “Joint training and exchange of Intelligence” seminar was also conducted in view of the forthcoming Independence Day celebration.  Personnel of Kohima Assam Rifles Battalion, CRPF and BSF underwent training under one umbrella wherein detailed intelligence sharing was undertaken.  

Quick Reaction Teams of Assam Rifles and CRPF have also extensively dominated areas of Officer Hill Colony, Pulebadze, High School Junction in the recent past. A joint exercise of Assam Rifles and CRPF also rehearsed and fine tuned security of Raj Bhavan on August 10. 

These security measures were undertaken so that inimical elements do not disturb peace in Nagaland, the release stated.

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