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CRPF’s 31th battalion observes ‘Raising Day’

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HT Correspondent

GOSSAIGAON, April 22: The 31st Battalion of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) observed its 31st Raising Day here at Kokrajhar recently with a daylong colourful programme.

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The programme commenced with the chanting of the ‘Vande Mataram’ slogan where Onkar Nath Singh, commandant of the 156 battalion of CRPF was the chief guest. Manmadan Krishnan, commandant of the 129 battalion of CRPF took the salute of the troops followed by paying homage to the martyrs.

On the occasion, the troops of the CRPF presented a wonderful example of social harmony and reconciliation.

A general meet was also held later on by the battalion commandant in which, he congratulated the battalion personnel and their families on the occasion. He also explained the achievement of the battalion since its formation and at the same time avowed that the soldiers of the battalion have always shown indomitable courage and valour to keep the integrity, unity and internal security of the country intact and discharged their duty at its highest level.

The commandant also emphasized that the soldiers entrusted with the responsibility of the security of the country are leaders in every field.

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A fare along with various sports competitions were also organised, the winners and runners-up of which were awarded prizes by the commandant. In the evening a cultural program was organized to entertain the soldiers on the occasion.

A host of distinguished persons including V. Siva Ramakrishnan, commandant 48 battalion, Luv Kumar, commandant 152 battalion, Ravindra Kumar, commandant 6 battalion, Pushpraj Singh, Kokrajhar SP, Pradyut Majumdar, assistant director of IB, Kokrajhar, etc. were also present on the occasion.

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