A medical camp was conducted at Khamasom Waleli village of Ukhrul district by Somsai Battalion of 10 Sector Assam Rifles under the aegis of IGAR (South) on  23rd June 2019. The village is located in a remote part of Ukhrul district partially connected to NH-202. Due to non-availability of any medical assistance and remoteness of the area, Assam Rifles organised a medical camp for the needy which saw an active participation of a large number of villagers from Sihai, Khamasom and Waleli near Indo-Myanmar border.  The team comprised of two doctors and a paediatrician from Somsai Battalion and district hospital, Ukhrul who brought much needed medical assistance at the doorstep of the villagers. A total of 212 patients were attended during the camp. The Assam Rifles also provided transportation to the villagers of nearby villages of Phungthar, Khamasom Khayangkho, Punghrei, Sihai and others for comfortable transit to the medical camp location.  



      Tulihal and Mantripukhri Battalions of 9 Sector Assam Rifles under the aegis of IGAR (South) organised Security meet and Community service on 23 Jun 2019.  

With an aim to sensitise the local populace regarding the existing security situation in the area, Tulihal Battalion conducted a Monthly security meet in which locals of the area were updated on the current situation existing in the area of responsibility. There was also an interaction carried out on necessary measures required to be undertaken for maintaining a strict vigil against illicit activities in the area, future action plan in respect of civic action projects, recruitment in Assam Rifles and Indian Army and career counselling for youth. The attendees were also sensitised regarding the increased snake bite cases during summers and assistance provided by Assam Rifles for snakebite victims. The security forum was attended by the locals including pradhans, ward members, councillors and shopkeepers along with representatives of local youth clubs.

YKPI Company Operating Base (Ngarumphung COB) of Mantripukhari Battalion organised a community service cum interaction at Khongbal Tangkhul Baptist Church in Tangkhul village. The interaction was aimed to familiarise and orient troops of the COB with the locals as well as identify with their local customs and traditions. The event commenced with an offering of prayers followed by an interaction with the villagers. A total of 155 villagers were present during the interaction. 

The villagers expressed their gratitude towards Assam Rifles for connecting with them and extending their support to the villagers. Tea and refreshments were provided to the villagers after the culmination of the interactive meets at the respective locations.



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