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Assam Rifles conducts medical camps, cleanliness drive

By EMN Updated: May 09, 2024 9:20 pm
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Children, locals, and personnel of Assam Rifles after the cleanliness drive in Phek on Thursday.

DIMAPUR — Assam Rifles conducted a medical camp at Peshu village in Noklak on Thursday with the aim of providing healthcare services to residents of remote areas and ensuring access to essential medical care.

According to a press release, a total of 251 individuals from nearby villages, including 102 males, 79 females, and 70 children, benefited from the medical camp. During the camp, the locals were given a lecture on healthy lifestyle practices as well as general medications, including bruise treatment.

A similar camp was also conducted by Assam Rifles at Yannu village in Mon district on the same day, benefiting a total of 133 individuals from nearby villages, comprising 32 males, 59 females, and 42 children.

Assam Rifles organised a cleanliness drive in Phek to raise hygiene awareness among locals as part of its proactive approach to community well-being.

The drive, a collaborative effort between the Assam Rifles and the community, aimed to promote cleanliness, sanitation, and hygiene practices while emphasising the importance of maintaining clean surroundings for public health and safety.

In another initiative, the Assam Rifles provided various resources for the conduct of the annual sports meet at Around Saramati Mt. School, Pungro town, in the Kiphire district.

The report stated that more than 100 students spanning primary to secondary classes took part in the sports meet. The resources for the annual event provided included two volleyballs, one volleyball net, one football, 40 chairs, and two tents.

By EMN Updated: May 09, 2024 9:20:26 pm
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