Imphal, Sept 20,
A Yoga workshop was organised by Patsoi Company Operating Base of Tulihal Battalion of 9 Sector Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (South) on 19th September. The Yoga workshop was organised in coordination with Vihangam Yoga and Para Vidya Yoga Sanstha Manipur unit at Patsoi -II community hall. A total of 70 Persons including troops of Patsoi attended the workshop. Two yoga instructors named Mr N Jile singh and Mr L Ibemhal educated the participants on benefits of Yoga and healthy life style. The workshop emphasized on the importance of maintaining balance between physical & mental well being, stress management and prevention of lifestyle diseases. Assam rifles organised security meet
A Security Meet was conducted by Keithelmanbi Battalion of 9 Sector Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (South) at Community Hall Andro Awang Leikai by Andro Company Operating Base on 19th September. The forum was attended by 50 people including Meira Paibis, ward members and Youth Club members of Andro. The attendees were briefed regarding the prevailing security situation and necessary cooperation required from the people to maintain peace in the area. The platform helped the locals to discuss the security perspective in the area and suggest measures to improve synergy between Assam Rifles and local populace. Assam rifles conducts integrated awareness program Chassad Battalion of 10 Sector Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (South) conducted an awareness program for the villagers of far flung areas in extreme eastern parts of Kamjong District in Manipur on 18th September. Villagers including elders and youth both participated in this program wherein they were enriched on the current recruitment procedures, minimum qualifications and preparation required to achieve the aim of joining Indian Army. Session conducted was highly appreciated by the locals as “it was a guidance towards a bright future for the youth of the region”, according to Headmen of villages. More number of similar programs were requested by the locals to be conducted for the youth and also for development of Kamjong District.
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