Indian Army reaches out in Assam

Indian Army reaches out in Assam


In Nalbari, Assam, the Indian army is doing laudable work. Keeping in tune with the Indian Army’s endeavour to remain at the forefront of the nation’s development, a unit of the Red Horns Division under the aegis of Indian Army’s ‘Civic Outreach Programme – Operation Sadbhavana’, on the New Year’s day, organised a maintenance and service day at Shanti Nivash Briddhashram, a shelter home for the abandoned and poor old individuals.
The event was organised with the help of civil administration and journalist Mazibur Rahman, who is also in-charge of Shanti Nivash Briddhashram.
The programme included interaction with the home inmates, electrification of rooms and distribution of food and cleaning of the area by the soldiers.

The event generated a very good response from the local inhabitants. Several people of the locality enthusiastically took part in the initiative of the Indian Army.

This initiative validated the yeoman effort of the Indian Army in making a positive and discernible change in the society.

Yours truly

Deb Boruah, Guwahati

SEE ALSO  Is Unemployment the real face of Indian Economy?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.