Assam Rifles has been conducting various activities across Nagaland to better the lives of the civilian population and reach out to people of remote areas.
The Chieswema Battalion of Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (North) conducted an interaction with village gaon burhas/council members of Kezo Town and Kezo Basa Village under Kezocha sub-division at Chakabama.
According to a press release issued by the Assam Rifles PRO, during the meeting, issues pertaining to health, welfare schemes, development etc were discussed.
Assam Rifles assured them of unabated support in all their future endeavours.
Phek Battalion, under the aegis of Headquarters Inspector General Assam Rifles (North) conducted a lecture cum awareness programme on ‘Drug Free Nagaland’ at Kangjang village of Phek district.
The aim of the lecture and awareness programme was to create awareness about drugs and to save the younger generation from its ill effects. During the lecture different types of drugs and their repercussions were discussed. The locals were also educated as to how abusing drugs intravenously could lead to HIV/ AIDS.
Medziphema Battalion of Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (North) also organized a similar lecture and counselling on HIV/AIDS at New Chumukedima village.
The Dimapur battalion under the aegis of Headquarters of Inspector General of Assam Rifles (IGAR-N) extended assistance to Nagaland Ex-Servicemen Association (NESA) at a brief ceremony at Dimapur.
Kiphire Battalion of Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (North) organized an essay writing competition at Mount Saramati School, Pungro recently.
The aim of the competition was to create awareness about water as a resource. The topic for the essay writing was ‘Save Water & Save Life’.
A total of 52 students participated out of whom five best essays were shortlisted and prizes were distributed to the winners.
The Mokokchung Battalion under the aegis of HQ IGAR (North) too conducted a lecture on HIV/AIDS at Tuli.
A total of 20 persons attended the lecture.