Assam Rifles Establishes Mobile Electricity Point and Repairs Roads in Manipur and Nagaland

Northeast Desk, 8th June: In a commendable effort to support local communities, the Assam Rifles established a mobile electricity point at Veitum Khullen village in Kangpokpi (KPI) District, Manipur on June 7. This initiative was in response to the disruption of electricity in the village due to severe weather conditions. The mobile electricity point enabled villagers to charge their mobile phones, power banks, and emergency lights, ensuring they remained connected and prepared during the power outage.

In another act of goodwill, the Assam Rifles collaborated with local villagers to repair and maintain approximately 1.5 kilometers of damaged road in Nagaland. The repair work focused on crucial road sections between Avangkhu and Pokhungri villages, as well as between Ziphu and Washello villages. This initiative aimed to enhance connectivity and improve infrastructure in these remote border areas.

The road repairs are expected to facilitate better movement for villagers and bolster security measures along the border. The Assam Rifles’ engineering unit led the repair work, which involved filling potholes, leveling the road surface, and reinforcing vulnerable sections. Local villagers actively participated in the project, contributing labor and local knowledge to ensure effective and sustainable repairs.

These initiatives by the Assam Rifles underscore their commitment to community support and infrastructure development, playing a vital role in improving the quality of life and security in these remote regions.

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