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69th Territorial Army Day observed  Territorial army act as interface between people and security forces: CM

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, Oct 9,

Chief Minister N. Biren Singh said that the Territorial Army has been acting as an interface between the local populace and the Army and Assam Rifles Unit with distinction. This was stated by him at the Observance of 69th Territorial Army Day held at Banquet Hall of 1st Manipur Rifles Battalion, Imphal. The function was organised by Government of Manipur.
Speaking as Chief Guest of the function, Chief Minister said that the Territorial Army has unfailingly risen to the every challenge for the security of the Nation and for the welfare of its citizens. The Territorial Army Unit stationed in Manipur is making an immense contribution in helping them to understand the peculiarities of the State and carry out their operational task with human touch. With the activities of the Territorial Army, security forces have gained tremendous goodwill of the local population, he added.
On the occasion, Chief Minister appreciated the sincere efforts and invaluable contribution of the Territorial Army towards peace and prosperity of the Nation.
While delivering his Presidential address, Minister for CAF&PD Karam Shyam lauded the Territorial Army for their sincere efforts towards building good relationship with the local people. The Army, Assam Rifles and other security force units presently stationed in the State are indulging in various community service and other civic activities.
Minister for Education Th. Radheshyam, Minister for TA&Hills N. Kayasii, Chairman MANIDCO Dr. Y. Radheshyam, MLAs S. Bira Singh, L. Susindro, Chief Secretary, DGP, GOC, 57 Mountain Division, Major General VK Mishra, IGAR (South) Major General KP Singh, top civil and police officers, officers and families of 165 Infantry Battalion (Territorial Army) attended the function.

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