Chang praises Home Guards, Mahila force
Dimapur, December 6
Four parade contingents from Kohima, Phek and Dimapur district Friday participated in the commemoration of 50 years of the Civil Defence in India and 25 years of Nagaland Home Guards at the Central Training Institute of the Civil Defence & Home Guards in Toluvi under Dimapur. Parliamentary Secretary for Home guards, Jails and VG Kejong Chang was the chief guest.
Kejong Chang inspected the four parade groups, which included the Mahila contingent.
Recalling the 50 years past and 25 years of institute’s inception, Chang praised the institute for all the progress they had made for the society and to the people of Nagaland. He also highlighted the ‘Mahilas’ who today play a very important role in the Naga society. According to him, the women forces are a revelation that women are marching forward. He praised the home guards for the security they provid with their voluntary service despite not having a regular post. The protection offered by the Home Guards to the public during the past 25 years that has helped the society in ‘numerous ways,’ the legislator said.