Awareness on provisions of free movement regime

Awareness on provisions of free movement regime

Participants at the workshop on existing agriculture related schemes on February 10. (Photo Courtesy: AR)

Phek, February 10 (MExN): Phek Battalion of Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (North) conducted a lecture on ‘Awareness on Provisions of Free Movement Regime’ at Avangkhu village, Phek District, Nagaland on February 9.

The aim of the lecture was to spread awareness about the rules and regulations of Free Movement Regime. The Free Move Regime Policy was explained to the local populace in detail. The Company Commander also informed the locals that citizens of India & Myanmar holding a valid border pass issued by competent authorities are permitted to enter and stay within 16 kilometers on either sides of the Indo-Myanmar Border for a maximum period of 14 days. According to a press release from Assam Rifles, 51 villagers attended the lecture.

Workshop on existing agri related schemes

Dimapur: Medziphema Battalion of Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (North) organised a workshop on existing Agriculture related schemes launched by Central Government for locals of Kukidolong village on February 10. The workshop was aimed at raising awareness among the locals of Kukidolong and nearby villages on various Government schemes related to Agriculture. The villagers who attended the workshop were briefed in detail about the Agriculture related schemes and were also educated about the various Nodal Agencies at State Government level and the requisite information related to various schemes. 40 residents of different age group attended the workshop, a press release informed.

Pre-board exam coaching

Peren: Jalukie Battalion of Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (North) conducted coaching classes for Board exams at Ahthibung, where 25 students of various local schools at Boys hostel, constructed by Assam Rifles. This coaching was run by hired/volunteer teachers and suitable personnel of Assam Rifles. This special coaching before final exams was aimed to help the students from remote area. The coaching classes were held for 25 days and culminated on February 9. All students were given free stationery for exams, a press release informed. Parents also joined the closing ceremony to wish the students all the best for their board exams.

Medicines distributed

Kiphire Battalion of Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (N) distributed medicines to Mutinkhong villagers on February 8. Around 20 cases of Jaundice have been reported in the village and no medical facility in the village. The CMO, Kiphire and MO Integral Disease Surveillance Program (IDSP) were apprised of the reported cases of Jaundice.