Dimapur, April 6: Mokokchung and Mon Battalions of Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (North) extended immediate and critical help to Totok Chaiching villagers of Mon District, Nagaland on April 4.
A massive fire broke out due to a short circuit during the night hours. A total of 19 houses were completely burnt and 7 partially burnt. The Assam Rifles extended timely assistance in dousing the fire, evacuation of casualties, distribution of rations, essential items and providing medical relief to the injured people. Swift and timely action by troops in safeguarding the men and materials brought big relief to the victims of fire incident and was highly appreciated by the locals.
Tuensang Battalion of Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (North) organized a free medical camp at Kudeh village, Tuensang District, Nagaland on April 3.
Free medicines and medical care was provided to the affected people and the villagers were educated on the importance of timely vaccination, personal hygiene and sanitation. The medical camp was carried out following all COVID-19 instruction/guidelines issued by the Higher HQs. The villagers requested for more such med camps at Kudeh village in future as well so that maximum persons can avail the facilities. A total of 70 Males, 25 Females and 12 Children were benefitted from the camp.
Jalukie Battalion of Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (North) celebrated Easter Sunday with the children of orphanage homes of Peren District, Nagaland on April 4.
Children from Lydia Centre and Childrens Home and Christian Servanthood Ministry (CSM) orphan home celebrated the Easter with cake cutting and luncheon thereafter. A round 32 children along their superintendents attended the celebration and thanked Assam Rifles for this generous gesture of celebrating Easter with them. (Page News Service)