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Assam Rifles conducts free medical camp in Nsong town

By EMN Updated: Feb 25, 2020 12:58 am
Villagers are seen here during the medical camp organised by the Assam Rifles.

Dimapur, Feb. 24 (EMN): With an aim to provide free medical consultation to those devoid of requisite medical facilities, the Jalukie battalion of Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (N) conducted a medical camp at Nsong town on February 24.

A defence release stated that treatment for basic ailments was carried out and free medicines were provided to the patients besides giving basic awareness on the novel coronavirus and precautionary measures against the virus. Altogether, 137 residents benefitted from the camp.

In another event, the same battalion organised a lecture on ‘Padege India Toh Badega India’ at Government School Songlhuh, Peren on February 21 in order to bring awareness about the importance of education towards generating avenues for overall growth of individual and the society.

Altogether, 60 students along with teaching staff attended the lecture.

Lecture on women empowerment

The Zunheboto battalion of Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (North) conducted a lecture on ‘women empowerment’ at COB Longkhim, Tuensang on February 24.

The event was organised to highlight the important role of women in the society and to encourage them to live a life of dignity. It also provided an insight into how women are heading reputed institutions and departments but no space in politics.

Altogether, 32 women attended the lecture.             

By EMN Updated: Feb 25, 2020 12:58:35 am