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AR conducts various civic action programmes

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By EMN Updated: Jan 05, 2021 11:15 pm
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A doctor from the Assam Rifles examines an elderly women during a medical camp held at Nkialwa village in Peren district on January 4.

Dimapur, Jan. 5 (EMN): Jalukie battalion of the Assam Rifles conducted a medical camp at Nkialwa village in Peren district on January 4.

A defence release stated that villagers were provided medicines besides the medical check-up. The villagers were also informed about the latest developments pertaining to Covid-19 in the world and the precautions against the virus. Masks and sanitiser were also distributed to the people.

It stated that a total of 88 villagers including 27 males, 36 females and 25 children were benefited from the medical camp.

The same battalion also dedicated a volleyball ground along with playing equipment at Pelletkie village. The newly constructed volleyball ground was handed over to the villagers in presence of the village GB, chairman and members.

Following the inauguration of the newly constructed ground, a friendly volleyball match was also organised between the security forces and village volleyball team.

In a separate programme, the Phek battalion of the Assam Rifles organised coaching classes for students aspiring to get admission at Sainik School, Punglwa, at Phek town beginning from January 4 to February 6.

It stated that Assam Rifles of Phek battalion had assisted a total of 29 students from classes 6 to 9 in the registration process for entrance exam at Sainik School, Punglwa. The entrance exam is scheduled on February 7.

The release further stated that a total of 15 boys and 4 girls are undergoing coaching.

In yet another programme, Dimapur battalion of the Assam Rifles construction a football ground and rostrum at Doyapur village under its civic action programme.

The civil authority has expressed gratitude to the Assam Rifles.

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By EMN Updated: Jan 05, 2021 11:15:55 pm