ARTC&S qualifies for central police debate competition
Dimapur, June 27:Assam Rifles Training Centre and School (ARTC&S) has been selected to represent in the forthcoming “Central Police Organisation’s North East Zone Debate Competition-2016” scheduled at ARTC&S, Dimapur, on July 30.
In a contest of thirteen teams, ARTC&S emerged as champion at the annual Assam Rifles inter-sector debate competition on human rights held on June 24 and 25, while the Headquarters 22 Sector was declared runners-up. The annual inter-sector debate competition on human rights was organised at Assam Rifles Training Centre & School (ARTC&S), Dimapur, on June 24 and 25.
Col Sanjay Mohla, Deputy Commandant ARTC & School, was the chief guest on the occasion. The topic for the debate was “Protection of human rights: Is it not the duty of the security forces?”
A total of 52 speakers debated on the topic in Hindi and English ‘For’ and ‘Against’ the motion. The main aim of the debate was to sensitize the troops about human rights and importance of their strict observance while dealing with the public.
Rifleman RK Dubey of 22 Sector Assam Rifles and Rifleman Balwan Singh of Assam Rifles Training Centre & School were adjudged the best speaker in Hindi debate ‘For’ and ‘Against’ the topic respectively, while Rifleman H Tongsin Anal of Headquarters 6 Sector Assam Rifles and Hav/ Clk Dhiraj Pandey of Headquarters 22 Sector Assam Rifles Sector were adjudged the best speaker in English debate ‘For’ and ‘Against’ the topic respectively.
Addressing the participants and the enthusiastic gathering, Col Sanjay Mohla, Deputy Commandant of Assam Rifles Training Centre & School, highlighted the importance of adhering to human right norms while dealing with the public. He also exhorted all ranks to strictly observe the human rights and law of the land while combating terrorism.
He also gave away prizes to the participants and presented trophies to the winner and runners up teams.