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Thursday, 16 May 2019 - Imphal Times

Assam Rifles Distributes of Water Sintex Tank

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Imphal May 16,

As part of the continuing endeavor of the Assam Rifles towards improving and providing basic facilities, Sajik Battalion of 28 Sector Assam Rifles under the aegis of IGAR (South) distributed water sintex tank to the village of  Kholmulen and Kathung village of Kana Valley area, Chandel District of Manipur under  Assam Rifles Civic Action Programme 2018-19.

The villages in the Kana Valley area lack basic amenities including facility for clean water. The village authorities had approached Sajik Battalion Assam Rifles  to assist them in enhancing the water storage facility in their respective village. The Sajik Battalion promptly provided the water syntax tanks under the Assam Rifles Civic Action Programme. The Battalion distributed 03 Sintex tanks to village Kholmulen and 02 to village Kathung to alleviate the problems faced by these remote border villages.  

The welfare measure will strengthen the confidence of the villagers in Security Forces and enhance mutual trust between them. The water Sintex tank distribution was well received by the local populace and they expressed their heart felt gratitude for the efforts taken by Assam Rifles to improve their lives.

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Assam Rifles Conducts Medical Camp

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Imphal May 16,

As part of the continued endeavor of the Assam Rifles towards improving basic  health care in remote border villages, Chassad Battalion of 10 Sector Assam Rifles under the aegis of IGAR (South) organised a Medical Camp at Maokot, a remote border village near Indo-Myanmar  border  on Yesterday. Keeping in mind the difficulties faced by the villagers due to the prevalent socio-economic conditions and remoteness of the location, a complete checkup of every individual was carried out including the screening for lifestyle diseases.   
Chassad Battalion provided free medical treatment and medicines to the residents of adjoining villages and a total of 80 patients (12 males, 23 females and 45 children) were provided requisite treatment. Apart from providing necessary medical attention, basic knowledge on health education, hygiene and sanitation was also imparted. The village authorities  conveyed their appreciation for this kind gesture.

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