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Installation of X-Ray Scanner machine at Khudengthabi Check post is in the pipe line – IGAR (S)

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Imphal, Dec 5: The Assam Rifles, which has been providing all sort of security assistance to the region, is all set to install X-Ray Scanner Machine at the Khudengthabi Check Post along Imphal-Moreh route to reduce the hardship face by civilian while checking the vehicles. This was stated by Inspector General of Assam Rifles (South) IGAR South, Major General Virendra Singh during a brief interaction with the media persons at Headquarter IGAR (South) at Mantripukhri here in Imphal.
“Well, the AR is in the service of the people and in order to reduce hardship face by civilian while checking vehicles by Assam Rifles personnel at Khudengthabi Check post, installation of X-Ray scanner machine is in the pipeline”, said Major General Virendra Singh.
He however said that the AR is yet to make a final decision on when to complete the installation.
On the other hand, on the rumours about the AR officials posted at Khudengthabi and nearby post taking bribe for crossing illegal forest products which were smuggled from Myanmar side through Moreh, The IGAR (S) said that the matter will be look upon through proper investigation.
The IGAR (S) also assured all form of assistance to the common people and said that Mobile numbers are being provided at every post for the convenience of the common people to make any complaints.
The IGAR (S) also assures full proof security and said that any harassment made to the common people will be taken seriously and those committing excess will be awarded befitting punishment as per the law of the land. This was responded in reply to a query made against the recent allegations of villagers being assaulted and manhandled at Indo Myanmar border in Chandel district after UGs attack to a convoy of 21 Para Troopers.
“We have received complaints and the matter is under investigation those found harassing the common people will not be spared”, he said. 

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