• Wed. Jun 19th, 2024

GREAT INITIATIVE BY ASSAM RIFLES FOR THE PEOPLE OF MANIPUR

ASSAM RIFLES CONTINUES RELIEF DISTRIBUTION WORK AT KHABI VILLAGE AND MEDICAL CAMP AT HEINGANG, IMPHAL AS PART OF OP JALRAHAT

In response to the recent devastating floods that have afflicted in Manipur, Assam Rifles, on 03 June 2024, mobilized its resources to provide assistance to the people of Khabi village in Imphal West district of Manipur. The flood crisis has left many households displaced and in dire need of basic necessities. Understanding the urgency of the situation, Assam Rifles distributed relief material to affected communities. Approximately 250 people received benefit where in vital items such as food in the form of grains and fresh vegetables, clean water, mattresses, and other essentials were distributed to alleviate the hardships faced by those impacted by the floods.

The proactive Force entwining its famed resourcefulness with deep empathy conducted an amphibious medical camp by offering medical facility in its Door-to-Door medical camp on a boat in the flood-affected Nagaram area. In collaboration with state administration, the troops braved the challenges posed by the swollen waters, as their medical team provided essential healthcare to 307 patients, including 52 women and 18 children. The comprehensive support included immediate blood sugar determination and a range of supportive and conservative treatments. This initiative underscores the Assam Rifles’ relentless dedication to ensuring the well-being of the community, even in the most trying circumstances.

In the same spirit, on 03 Jun Assam Rifles conducted a Medical camp for the flood victims of Laipham Khunou. 218 families benefitted from the camp where medicines worth approximately twenty-five thousand was distributed to the locals.

This initiative aims to provide relief and protection to those who have lost their homes or suffered significant property damage due to the severe flood. People have expressed deep gratitude for the timely assistance, which has offered them much-needed medical help during this challenging period.

ASSAM RIFLES SUCCESSFULLY REPAIRS ROAD AND BRIDGE IN NEW KEIHALANBI: OP JALRAHAT

In a heartening display of dedication to infrastructure and community welfare, the Assam Rifles have once again proven their mettle. This time, they’ve turned their attention to the battered roads and bridges linking New Keihalanbi to Waroiching and Irengbam. Through sheer grit and determination, they’ve breathed new life into 50 meters of road and a crucial bridge, making them fit for traffic once more. The commitment to restoring these vital lifelines underscores this Forces’ true dedication to the region’s well-being.

Under the stewardship of one officer, two Junior Commissioned Officers (JCOs), 30 other ranks, and with the involvement of enthusiastic locals, this significant project was completed efficiently and effectively. Assam Rifles provisioned JCB and other repair equipment in this exercise and the restored infrastructure is expected to greatly enhance connectivity and accessibility for the local communities, providing a much-needed boost to daily activities and local commerce during these taxing times.

The Assam Rifles remains committed to supporting and uplifting the communities in Manipur, reflecting our dedication to fostering development and resilience in the region.

ASSAM RIFLES DEMONSTRATES COMMITMENT TO COMMUNITY THROUGH MULTIPLE INITIATIVES IN CHANDEL AND CHURACHANDPUR DISTRICTS

The Assam Rifles, has recently undertaken significant community engagement and infrastructure restoration projects across various villages, reinforcing its dedication to the development and well-being of the region.

Assam Rifles carried out repair and maintenance work at the Higher Secondary School in Gothal, Churachandpur, which had been severely damaged by a recent hailstorm and heavy rains. The storm, which struck on 30th May 2024, left significant destruction, damaging the school building, perimeter, and surrounding infrastructure. Responding promptly to the community’s needs, the Assam Rifles commenced repair work on 31st May 2024. The extensive restoration included repairing the school ground using tractors and JCBs, maintaining the children’s park, and fixing classrooms, office areas etc. These efforts ensure the school is fubctional from 4th June 2024.

In a parallel effort, On 2nd and 3rd June 2024, the Assam Rifles organized a vibrant drawing and painting competition in primary schools at Kovang, Wayang, and Aibol Joupi villages in Chandel District. This initiative saw enthusiastic participation from 126 young artists, who expressed their creativity on themes related to “Protect Environment, Save Lives.” The competition aimed to nurture artistic talent, promote cultural exchange, and instill environmental awareness among the youth. Participants showcased their thoughts through a myriad of colorful and thought-provoking artworks, reflecting the rich cultural heritage and diverse traditions of the region.

By nurturing the next generation, the Assam Rifles aims to help the young individuals transform into responsible citizens.

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