The BSF provides leaf plate making making machine to village in border area

Shillong, March 18: The Border Security Force organized  a civic action programme as part of Border Management Plan at village Kuliang under East Jaintia Hills  & village Patharghat under East Khasi Hills distt­­­­ of Meghalaya on 17th Mar’ 2018.

Sh. Dharampal Tokas, DIG SHQ BSF Jowai inaugurated the programme at village Kuliang under East Jaintia Hills  in presence of Nokma of Kuliang, Lamasaki, Umkiang and Laijuri. During the programme, 02 Nos Areca nut leaf plate making machines were provided to local villagers for earning their livelihood. Local resident of Kuliang, Lamasaki, Umkiang and Laijuri were present during the programme and expressed their gratitude to BSF for organizing such programmes. They expressed their desire that BSF should continue the good work in future too keeping the welfare needs of border areas.

Same Civic Action programme was also conducted by Sentinels of Border Security Force at village Patharghat under East Khasi Hills distt­­­­ of Meghalaya on 17th Mar’2018 in which SM Radhey Shyam inaugurated the programme in presence of Nokma, Secretary and villagers of village Kalatek. During the programme, Multi Gym Set was distributed to villagers of Kalatek.

Series of Civic Action programmes are being conducted by Border Security Force to assist poor bordering villagers, to upgrade the existing infrastructure and to create new avenues for bringing positive changes in the life of the local villagers. Such public outreach programmes are being conducted to better understanding between the BSF and local populace. It has always been the endeavour of Border Security Force to help the border population.

Following the trend, this year also BSF will organize more Civic Action Programmes for the needy and under privileged border population residing in far-flung areas along the India–Bangladesh border to bring the feeling of mutual trust among the border population and Sentinels of border which will assist in smooth management of border said Sh. U K Nayal, DIG Meghalaya Frontier.

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