The Troops of Border Outpost Muchiya, 12 Battalion, BSF organized a series of civic action programs at the border villages in Malda district of West Bengal, aiming to strengthen community bonds and provide essential support to the residents.
The events held at the primary school of Muchiya village, to whom BSF officers provided sewing machines, stationery, sports material and other essential household items to the needy villagers.
After the conclusion of the civic action, the attendees expressed their gratitude towards BSF for their continued support towards the needy. He appreciated the continuous efforts of BSF in helping the underprivileged.
A.K. Arya, DIG, Public Relations Officer, South Bengal Frontier, highlighted BSF’s commitment to supporting border residents and fostering cooperation. He underscored that such initiatives aim to enhance synergy and rapport between BSF personnel and the civilian populace.
Civic action programs like these exemplify BSF’s dedication to not only ensuring border security but also actively engaging in community development. Through such endeavors, BSF strives to bridge the gap between security forces and the common citizenry, fostering a sense of unity and trust within border communities.