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Community hall inaugurated in Awontang

Assam Rifles of HQ 10 Sector Assam Rifles on Saturday inaugurated a newly constructed community hall of the Ex-Service Men Association (ESMA) at Awontang, Ukhrul district headquarters in Manipur.

Speaking as chief guest at the hall inauguration function, DIG, Brigadier Sandeep Mohla stressed on the need for the Ex service men association to strengthen for the welfare of its growing members, while at the same time, urging their wives association to also follow suit.

Mohla was accompanied by Commanding officer Col Rajesh Dograh, CO. Major Rohit town post and other AR officers.

Assuring assistance to the association, Mohla said that Assam Rifles is always ready to extend every possible help to the association.

He also said that he would undertake to further improve the new community hall and added that ceiling, flooring and other needs of the building will be provided from his capacity.

The hall has been constructed under the aegis of 27 AR,  HQ 10 sec AR under 'Operation Sadbhavana' Project at the cost of Rs. 4.5 lakh. 

On behalf of ESMA, Chairman Hormi expressed gratitude to the  27 Assam Rifles HQ 10 Sec AR for their support in providing the needs of the association.

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