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IGP CRPF reviews security scenario in Nagaland

By EMN Updated: Sep 13, 2020 11:03 pm
Randeep Datta with RN Ravi at Kohima on September 10.

Dimapur, Sep. 13 (EMN): Inspector General of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) in charge of Manipur and Nagaland Sector, Randeep Datta visited Kohima on September 10 to review deployment and security scenario in Nagaland. He was accompanied by Syamchand De, DIGP (Ops) CRPF Kohima.

Datta also called on the Nagaland Governor RN Ravi, chief secretary, home commissioner, IG AR (N) and discussed on existing security threat ramifications and upgrading security grid. He also discussed adopting an effective strategy to counter natural calamities through efficacious disaster management, an update stated on Sunday.

Datta explained about multiple civic action programmes executed by CRPF in Nagaland like blood donation camp, distribution of food/utility items, organising football matches, mass plantation, cleanliness drive etc. He also specifically mentioned about commendable contribution of DIG (Ops) Kohima range, 78 and 173 battalions CRPF during pandemic Covid-19 crises since April 2020 till date by free distribution of ration items, soaps, hand sanitiser, cotton rolls, paper napkin, hand wash, PPE kit, hand gloves etc. to the needy people.

The IGP also assured to do more community development programmes in far-flung pockets for socio-economic development of the poor/needy people of Nagaland in order to win their hearts and trust. He further expressed that CRPF is ever-ready to adopt all steps to ensure national integrity, security and peace to the citizens.

By EMN Updated: Sep 13, 2020 11:03:50 pm