Troops of 44 Assam Rifles on Saturday launched a Covid-19 awareness programme at Aziuram and Namtiram villages in Tousem Sub- Division of Tamenglong district.
Tamenglong district in Manipur, facing Covid-19 surge, reported 33 new positive cases on Wednesday.
The IGAR (South) said over 99 per cent of the Assam Rifles personnel posted in Manipur have been administered the first dose of Covid vaccine
The apprehended person has been handed over to Imphal West Police Station for further investigation.
The yoga session for the construction workers was organised in accordance with the Common Yoga Protocol (CYP) of Ministry of Ayush, Government of India and all COVID-19 precautions and Covid appropriate behaviour were followed.
The Forest department, Churachandpur, stated a preliminary offence report (POR) has been prepared and the apprehended four drivers were later released on PR bond after their statements were taken.
Troops of Assam Rifles acting on specific intelligence reports had launched an operation near the Indo-Myanmar border
During interrogation, Mubinur revealed that he was recruited in the UG group by a person named Jiten in 2019 and that he hurled the hand grenade at the AR post under the command of Jiten.
The Thadou students apex body met the Assam Rifles authority in the presence of Major General Ranjit Singh, SM, VSM, inspector general of Assam Rifles (East) Cachar, Silchar, Assam.
The Indian Army has ordered an inquiry into the matter, Assam Rifles remains committed to maintaining peace and normalcy in the region, the Defence Wing stated..
The Extrajudicial Execution Victim Families Association (EEVFAM) and Human Rights Alert (HRA) stated in a joint release that the killing of Mangboilal Mangboilal is a clear case of extra judicial killing.
The arrested militant member has been handed over to Churachandpur Police Station for further investigation.
The 44 Assam Rifles stationed in Tamenglong has initiated a vaccination drive to strengthen the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic and facilitate access to the nationwide ‘Third Phase of Vaccination Drive.’
Assam Rifles personnel distributed hand sanitisers, face masks and rations to villagers in Tengnoupal.
The troops recovered one M-16 assault rifle, one Lathod launcher along with ammunition and other warlike stores. 5,000 Myanmar Kyats were also recovered from the hideout
The governor spoke at the webinar on ‘North East Beyond Insurgency and Ethnic Divide- Aspirations and Opportunities with Focus on Manipur.’
A joint operation was launched by Moreh Battalion and Moreh police commandos, along the Indo-Myanmar Border near Moreh which led to the arrest of one KYKL cadre.
Assam Rifles to conduct webinar on 'North East beyond Insurgency and Ethnic Divide-Aspirations and Opportunities with Focus on Manipur’
Taking advantage of the World Red Cross Day, the unit medical officers, nursing staff and other para medical staff of 44 Assam Rifles under the aegis of 22 Sector Assam Rifles IGAR (E) conducted a COVID Awareness Programme in Tamenglong town.
The helpline number of the battalion was also provided for any help during the pandemic. A total of 25 villages were covered in three days.
The troops of Assam Rifles intercepted seven vehicles carrying illegal timber between 1 am to 3 am.
Residents of the village were sensitised on the importance of adherence to the COVID-19 guidelines issued by authorities in combating the spread of the virus
The Tengnoupal Battalion of 26 Sector Assam Rifles recovered 25 gunny bags of Organic Sarpagandha and 25 gunny bags of illegal items worth Rs 52.15 lakhs.
As part of the observance, Assam Rifles initiated tree plantation drive and planted 2,500 tree saplings under the banner of ‘Green Warriors’ of the battalion.
As a part of the event, a formal felicitation programme was held with the commandant of 38 Assam Rifles, colonel Hemchandra Singh felicitating a total of four Veer Naris and 10 widows from Kangpokpi district.
The Assam Rifles fraternity wished that the festival of colours enhances the spirit of unity, cohesiveness and brotherhood among all the communities in the state.
A programme by the Assam Rifles titled ‘Know Your Forces’ was held for the students of Parbung Government Junior High School, Pherzawl district.
Assam Rifles (South) celebrated the 17th anniversary of its Raising Day on Monday in Imphal.
The event was organised with an aim to impart career counselling to students and motivate youth to join the armed forces and to make people aware about the latest technologies and weapons used by security forces.
With the aim to create awareness on conservation of wildlife across various parts of the district, the 44th Assam Rifles under the aegis of 22 Sector of IGAR (East) organised the World Wildlife Day in Tamenglong district which has 88 per cent forest cover.
Youths were also given information about nuances of the recruitment procedures, including aspects from document inspection to medical fitness, physical and academic ability requirements for joining the forces.
The recovered pistol and ammunition have been handed over to Churachandpur police station for further investigation.
The students were given assurance for further assistance by the Asaam Rifles personnel who also highlighted various entry schemes for girls in the defence force.
Speaking on the occasion, commandant of 44 Assam Rifles, Col Pradip Kumar said that the COVID-19 warriors have been working selflessly to save humanity.
Inspector General Assam Rifles (East), Major General Ranjit Singh inaugurated the veteran mela, which was attended by around 50 ex-servicemen along with their dependents.
The initiative was taken by Assam Rifles to celebrate the Republic Day with grandeur to awaken the sensation of patriotism and make the children aware about the importance of the day.
The Assam Rifles Khoupum Battalion distributed masks and provided medical aid to 80 locals at Nungba on Monday.
Commander of Singjamei Post, 16 Assam Rifles, Keithelmabi, major Nikhil Jha distributed 10 sewing machines to 10 women of Keishamthong Elangbam Leikai.
Two brothers from Tuilaphai village in Manipur's Churachandpur district were reportedly kept detained since December 27 after AR personnel allegedly took them into their custody without giving any reasons.
NCC cadres we're encouraged to join defence and paramilitary forces of the country.
As told by him to the Imphal Free Press, he was discharged on November 25 in connection with his exposure of illegal operation in the Assam Rifles.
The political right of the Naga people are no longer an issue that necessitated any review as the Framework Agreement signed on August 3, 2015, is a living document to take the Gol and NSCN (I-M) through for the final solution, the Ministry of Information and Publicity, NSCN (I-M) stated.
About 832 grams of heroin was seized along with two Myanmar made Kenbo bikes and a cash of Rs 6,220.
The AR personnel seized 2.4 kg of heroin worth over Rs 2 crore in international market.
Demonstration on personal hygiene was also conducted during the campaign and the public were made aware of the symptoms of the virus and the need for immediate help and isolation
The Assam Rifles has executed infrastructure development project for Mangkang Village, Chandel,
In observance of Gandhi Jayanti 2020, the Assam Rifles organised tree plantation drive and painting competition in Ukhrul and Kamjong districts of Manipur.
The Manipur Naga People’s Front (MNPF), the Revolutionary People’s Front (RPF) and the United Liberation Front of Asom – Independent (ULFA-I) has claimed responsibility for the attack.
The smuggled medicines were being transported by two Shaktiman trucks bearing registration numbers MN 04A 1079 and MN 03P 0696, moving from Imphal to Wanglee.
Of the 17 AR personnel, eight were staying at a quarantine center inside the camp.
The Kamjong quarantine centre, being set up in a limited time frame, lacks basic amenities like electricity and water supply.
The AR troops provided assistance to the children of ‘The Mission Blind School’ located at Heikakpokpi, Kakching district on Tuesday.
A man trying to transport contraband items from Moreh to Imphal was arrested by the Assam Rifles personnel near Moreh on Wednesday.
The AR troops recover a bag containing 7 packages (77-Soap Cases, weighing 1000gms) of suspected Brown Sugar and a sword.
Director General, Assam Rifles, Lieutenant General Sukhdeep Sangwan visited the Headquarters Inspector General Assam Rifles (South) and briefed about Operation Namaste