• Wed. Jul 24th, 2024

HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE BY THE ASSAM RIFLES FOR THE PEOPLE OF NORTH EAST

ASSAM RIFLES CONDUCTS WREATH LAYING CEREMONY FOR BRAVEHEART AT MANTRIPUKHRl

Assam Rifles under the aegis Headquarters Inspector General Assam Rifles (South) organised a wreath laying ceremony for Nb Sub (GD) Resham Bahadur Chhetri of 4 Assam Rifles who made the supreme sacrifice in the service of the nation. On 05 July 2001 at around 3PM , at Tuensang (Nagaland), Chassir village, due to hostile conditions while carrying out search in general area, Assam Rifles troops came under heavy volume on fire from insurgents, which was promptly retaliated with fire. Nb Sub (GD) Resham Bahadur Chhetri, sustained gunshot wound and succumbed to his injuries, thereby laying down his life.

Assam Rifles honoured the brave heart by paying homage at War Memorial to his supreme sacrifice for the cause of the Nation disregarding personal safety.The ceremony commenced with the wreath laying and a motivational speech was delivered to all ranks narrating the story of the brave heart in the service of nation.

A total of 02 Officers, 04 Junior Commissioned Officers and 45 Other Ranks of Assam Rifles paid tribute by laying wreath & according Guard of Honour.

ASSAM RIFLES AIDS CITIZENS IN MANIPUR

Assam Rifles responded swiftly to a distress call and successfully recovered a vehicle that had gone off-road near Moulhoih village on 04 July 2024.

The vehicle had veered off course at the Kangvai-Moulhoih road and fallen into a ditch, leaving the driver with minor injuries. The Village Chief and driver requested urgent assistance to which Assam Rifles promptly reacted. A team with a recovery vehicle was dispatched to the site, and after a four-hour effort, the vehicle was successfully retrieved.

The Village Chiefs, Civil Society Organisation, and local residents expressed deep gratitude to Assam Rifles for their unwavering support during this challenging situation.

At Bishnupur, Assam Rifles provided crucial medical assistance to Mr. Atom Aboyaima, a 68-year-old resident of Phubala village, Bishnupur District, Manipur. Mr. Aboyaima sustained a snakebite on his right leg while working in the fields.

Upon receiving medical attention at Assam Rifles Unit Hospital, Sendra village, Mr. Aboyaima’s condition was stabilized with essential care, including wound dressing and medication. This swift response exemplifies Assam Rifles’ commitment to providing immediate healthcare support to the local community in times of need.

ASSAM RIFLES ORGANISED A CLEANINESS DRIVE SIN CHANDEL DISTRICT, MANIPUR

Assam Rifles joined hands with villagers to cleardrainage in Yangnomphai and New Lajang.

Assam Rifles demonstrated their unwavering commitment to the welfare of the community and stepped up to assist local villagers in cleaning blocked drainage systems and nalas after the recent heavy rains in Yangnomphai and New Lajang village. Fogging of anti mosquitoes spray in the areas which are becoming inevitably vulnerable to mosquitoes borne diseases have also been carried out. This collaborative effort not only helped prevent potential health hazards but also reinforced the bond between Assam Rifles and the local communities they serve.
In addition to their hands-on support in clearing the drainage systems, the Assam Rifles distributed essential supplies and medicines to children and other villagers in need. This timely assistance was crucial in addressing immediate needs and preventing the spread of illnesses, especially among the vulnerable sections of the community.
The villagers expressed their deep gratitude for the timely help and support provided by the Assam Rifles. Their efforts not only alleviated the immediate crisis but also instilled a sense of security and solidarity within the community. This initiative is a testament to the Assam Rifles’ dedication to serving and supporting the people, showcasing their role as protectors and partners in community development and disaster relief.

ASSAM RIFLES CONDUCTED SECURITY MEETING & MEDICAL CAMP AT K MOLNOM, CHANDEL DISTRICT, MANIPUR

Assam Rifles organized a security meeting and medical camp at K Molnom village, Chandel District, Manipur.Assam Rifles conducted a security meeting with locals of K Monlom village, Chandel District which witnessed the participation by approx 170 persons of four Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), representatives from the local community of Kuki Chief Association (KCA), Kuki-Inpi Chandel (KIC), Kuki Women Organisation for Human Rights (KWOHR) and Kuki Student Organisation (KSO).
Apart from the security meeting, a medical camp was also organized at K Molnom for the villagers. The camp offered a wide array of services including comprehensive checkup and distribution of essential medicines to the locals. A total of 71 patients (22 Men, 31 Women & 18 Children) were diligently examined, treated and further referred for various ailments, ensuring comprehensive healthcare assistance. Also, awareness on causes and prevention of Dengue, Malaria, Diarrhea & other seasonal ailments were provided. The medical camp played a crucial role in addressing the healthcare needs of underprivileged communities in remote areas. Awareness was given on Dengue, Malaria, Diarrhea & other seasonal ailments.
All the attendees and the village authorities expressed their gratitude and acknowledged the initiative of Assam Rifles in enhancing the socio-economic fabric of the area in this prevailing situation.

ASSAM RIFLES PRESENTS KIT ITEMS TO UNDERPRIVILEGED YOUTH SELECTED FOR CANOEING AT BENGAL ENGINEER GROUP AND CENTRE ROORKEE AT SENDRA VILLAGE, BISHNUPUR DISTRICT, MANIPUR

Assam Rifles, under the aegis of Headquarters Inspector General Assam Rifles (South), presented kit items to two promising young athletes, Master Mahesh Laishram and Master Laishram Athoi Meitei, selected for the sports stream of Canoeing at the Boys Sports Company (BSC) Bengal Engineer Group & Centre Roorkee, on 02 July 2024.
Assam Rifles, true to its credo of “Friends of North East People”, is dedicated to motivate and support local youth in achieving their dreams. The program aimed to equip the underprivileged youngsters with the necessary kit items for their training, growth and success in the sports arena. The items include household and sports essentials for use in the new place.
The Boys Sports Company (BSC) of the Bengal Engineer Group (BEG), also known as the Bengal Sappers, offers a prestigious program aimed at training and developing young athletes. Admission to this esteemed institution is open to young school going boys typically aged between 11 to 14 years. The selection process involves a series of steps, including physical fitness tests, a written examination, a thorough medical check-up, and an interview to gauge the candidate’s interest in sports and commitment to training. Specialized training in various sports such as athletics, gymnastics, swimming, and boxing, alongside formal education to ensure holistic development is provided here. Facilities include well-maintained sports grounds, advanced equipment, and coaching from experienced professionals. The program not only aims to develop sports skills but also fosters discipline, teamwork, and leadership, offering successful athletes opportunities to represent at national and international levels.
The candidates and their parents expressed their deep gratitude and were overwhelmed by efforts of Assam Rifles for the guidance and support, which will undoubtedly inspire local youth to work hard and aim high.

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