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RETREAT CEREMONY AT INTEGRATED CHECK POST- SUTARKANDI(26 JAN 2018).On the occasion of 69th Republic Day, BSF Masimpur & Cachar Frontier organised a grand Retreat Ceremony at ICP-Sutarkandi, Karimganj (Assam) under the guidance of Sh N S Jamwal, Inspector General, M & C Frontier and graced by the dignitaries from Border Guard Bangladesh(BGB) led by Region Commander, North-East Region, Sarail, Bangladesh as Guest of Honour alongwith their lady wives. Sh Radheshyam Biswas, MP, Karimganj, Sh Kamlakya Dey, MLA, North Karimganj, Distt. Collector, Supdt. of Police, Distt Session Judge, other respectable of the Distt Karimganj, representatives of various media houses, BSF Personnel and their families, various school children and border population of Barak Valley also witnessed the whole ceremony.The ceremony was followed by various functions like Dog show, March Past by NCC cadets, skit by school children, marching of School Band, Marching of Tableau. Several programmes by Saraswati Vidhya Niketan and Kendriya Vidhyalaya, Maharshi Vidhya Mandir, Karimganj thrilled the whole audience with patriotic fervors and the BSF Band regaled all with foot tapping music and soulful classical renditions.The ceremony came to a dazzling end with the Retreat Ceremony that has donned a new spirit of responsibility that imbibes unity, progress and potential together in the same tapestry. In fact, the programme instilled patriotism amongst the young generation, residing in remote border areas of both the country and was appreciated by one and all.

M & C FTR BSF SHINES IN WEAPON SHOOTING COMPETITION (ON 17 FEB 2018).Mizoram & Cachar Frontier of Border Security Force grabbed the overall 1st position in the 48th BSF Inter - Frontier Platoon Weapons Shooting Competition held at Reoti Firing Range of BSF Central School of Weapons and Tactics, Indore from 13th to 17th Feb 2018. The competition which lasted for five days was to adjudge various weapon firing skills and traits garnered by BSF personnel.During the competition, teams of all BSF Frontiers actively participated in the structured championship where the participants engaged the targets from different ranges, positions and thereby exhibited their professional acumen of firing skills in different categories & proved their mettle. M & C Ftr team under the guidance of Sh N S Jamwal, Inspector General did exceedingly well and lifted the Winners Trophy in an event marked by the presence of best shooting teams of BSF from all over India. Earlier in September 2017 also, Commando Team of M & C Ftr secured 1st position in the 12th Inter Frontier Commando Competition - 2017 held at BSF Academy, Tekanpur (MP). In the month of Nov 2017, BSF shooting Team won overall shooting competition against Border Guards Bangladesh (BGB) in a Friendly Shooting Competition held under the auspices of Border Security Force (BSF).


BSF CELEBRATED INTERNATIONAL WOMENS DAY (IWD), (ON 08 MARCH 2018).Today, on 8th March 2018, BSF Wives Welfare Association(BWWA) of M&C FTR of the BSF, Masimpur, celebrated International Women’s Day with full zeal and enthusiasm, in which lady wives of BSF personnel and Mahila constables actively participated. To mark the colourful occasion, number of cultural programmes including theme based programmes have been kept. The occasion was presided by Mrs Rajni Jamwal, President of BWWA Frontier HQ BSF M&C.Later in her address, Mrs Rajni Jamwal stated that a woman is an epitome of beauty, wisdom and care. Individually, a woman may not be able to change the world but can create many ripples for the development of society and nation building. She urged all the ladies to be more aware towards their rights. The function concluded with award distribution ceremony.

MIZO FARMERS WITNESSED GATE MANAGEMENT DRILLS(ON 16 April 2018).In order to mitigate the problem faced by border population and to strengthen the bond of mutual trust, BSF has yet again gone one step further to address the issues raised by the farmers of villages of Indo-BD in Mizoram. It is pertinent to mention here that the construction of Border Security Fence in the Indo- BD Border areas has not gone down well with the villagers, who opposed the construction of fence, fearing that they will loose their land ahead of Border Security Fence.In order to alleviate their fear, BSF M & C Frontier has conducted a visit of Mizo farmers to Barak Valley on 16 Apr 2018 at BOP Harinagar Ex- 131 BN BSF & shown them the practice of Gate Management being carried out in this area by BSF with no inconvenience to the farmers of Border Villages on one side & ensuring strict vigil along the border on the other side. Villagers returned to their respective villages fully satisfied leaving their apprehensions behind. With these kind of initiatives, BSF has earlier also won the hearts and minds of the border population.

M&C FRONTIER BSF RECEIVED BHARAT KE VEER ULTRA MARATHON AT AIZAWL(ON 17 April 2018).Ultra-marathon runner Samir Singh, who is on a 15,000 km run to generate funds for the families of martyrs of the Central Armed Police Forces, arrived Aizawl on 17th April 18, where he was received by Shri C P Meena, Comdt / Off DIG SHQ Aizawl in presence of huge gathering of BSF Officers and troops.Singh reached the Sector headquarter of the BSFs Aizawl after passing through Punjab, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Kerala, Andhra, Odisha and Bengal. The marathon was flagged off by Sh K K Sharma, IPS, DG BSF at Attari border in Amritsar, Punjab, on 1st Decembe ultra-marathon titled Run for Bharat Ke Veer, an initiative of the ministry of home affairs, headed by Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar will culminate on the Attari border in April after criss-crossing 22 states of the country.Singh exuded confidence that his effort will succeed in generating funds for the families of martyrs through online donations on the Bharat Ke Veer portal.The BSF has been extending all logistic support in areas where it is deployed to Samir Singh and his team.Hailing from Kanaheda village in Mandsaur district of Madhya Pradesh, Singh comes from a farmer's family. He started running at the age of 35 and soon discovered his love for long-distance running. Singh has won a couple of in 2016 and 107km in 2015. He currently works as a running coach.


Humane Face of Border Security Force (BSF). Rescue of Foreign Delegates(ON 01 May 2018).On 30th April 2018, a call was received by Sh N S Jamwal, Inspector General (BSF) from USA, that a team consisting of Doctor Madhukar Sanneerappa, Global President and CEO of Neo Docto, resident of 245 Park Avenue, 39th floor, New York City, USA got stranded in the remote areas of Rajiv Nagar, Mizoram, while the team was heading towards Tripura from Mizoram in their vehicle Honda CRV No - KA- 03NE 2387 due to heavy weather and muddy road. Neo Docto is a Global Organization working in health issues specially dealing with Malaria. On getting the distress call from USA, IG BSF directed, Commandant 90 Bn BSF to launch rescue teams to trace out the stranded team and provide all necessary help. Accordingly, Sh Krishna Rao, Offg Commandant formed 03 teams from BOP Rajivnagar and BOP New Amchurimukh and dispatched them in various directions. During the search the team consisting of a lady and two gents were spotted on the road leading to Tripura, at about 1645 hrs. With great difficulty their vehicle was tow-chained to BOP Rajivnagar by 1900 hrs.The team was provided accommodation and all necessary assistance at the Border Out Post. The team left for Tripura at 0633hrs today. This Humanitarian gesture was highly appreciated and tweeted by the brother of Dr. Madhukar from USA as under “I thank you so much from the bottom of my heart for helping out my brother today. I salute you and all your staff who were involved in this today, which was very quick and efficient. We will remember your help for our life time”.It is to mention that the team has already covered states like Karnataka, Maharashtra, Goa, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Sikkim, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Mizoram and now was proceeding to Tripura where they will attend a meeting with Honble Governor, Chief Minister and Health Minister of Tripura.BSF is not only guarding international borders effectively but also provides humanitarian assistance to all the needy people on border belt and in hinterland as well. This gesture of Border Security Force has been highly appreciated.

On 05th June 2018 Observing World Environment Day by BSF pers.To promote awareness on the importance of preserving our biodiversity, the need to identify problems related to the environment and ways to take corrective action, World Environment Day (WED) is observed on June 5 every year. It is a means to tackle environmental challenges that include climate changes, global warming, disasters and conflicts, harmful substances, environmental governance, ecosystem management and resource efficiency.In order to meet the challenges posed due to global warming and to bring environment awareness among BSF troops, a special programme was organized on this day by BSF at Headquarter BSF Mizoram & Cachar Frontier, Masimpur, Silchar. On this special day, the BSF organized various programmes including plantation of saplings of fruit bearing trees, flower trees and other shady trees, cleaning of campuses inside the BSF campus, cultural programme related to World Environment Day and Awareness Rally programme in the area around BSF campus.Shri N S Jamwal, Inspector General, Frontier Mizoram & Cachar, the Chief Guest on the occasion exhorted that though plastic has many valuable uses, we have become over-reliant on single use or disposable plastic which is non-biodegradable nature that exposes human, marine and wildlife to carcinogens. He urged all to lay great emphasis on the need for sustainable living in this age of indiscriminate waste production by saying NO to plastic, live in clean and green campus.Smt Rajni Jamwal, President, BSF Wives Welfare Association (BWWA), Frontier HQ BSF Silchar graced the occasion by planting of saplings. She said that plantation of trees help in maintaining the ecological balance of the earth and this will surely benefit the coming generation and environment in general. She beseeched all ladies of BWWA to plant at least one sapling on this occasion and appreciated the role played by the BWWA members and congratulated each member of BSF.

ON 15 June 2018 Flood Rescue and Evacaution Drive by BSF.In the last couple of days, torrential and incessant rain lashed border areas of Mizoram and Barak Valley on Indo-Bangladesh border. All local rivers and rivulets in the border areas are flowing above danger mark and are in spate. The banks of these rivers are inundated and had turned into like an ocean. The villages on either side of the border are submerged under flood water including villages in Tlabung Sub-Division and Tipperghat of Mizoram and village Nathanpur of Barak Valley and so were BSF border out posts.Despite being severely affected by the flash flood, where most of the BOPs are submerged in water, troops of 159 Bn BSF deployed in Lunglei and 131 Bn BSF at Dholchera, Cachar responded to the occasion without losing time and evacuated men, women, children and aged ailing patients of village to safer places amidst flash flood waters, without caring for their safety and by putting their life at peril. Exhibiting humane approach, the officers and troops of BSF catered much needed potable water and medicare to the affected villagers by associating local civil administration and the NGOs and instilled a sense of confidence among the poor border population.BSF Jawans have always stood with the border population at the time of need. Such humane efforts have been highly appreciated by the border population and civil administration.

ON 15 June 2018 Flood Rescue and Evacaution Drive by BSF.In the last couple of days, torrential and incessant rain lashed border areas of Mizoram and Barak Valley on Indo-Bangladesh border. All local rivers and rivulets in the border areas are flowing above danger mark and are in spate. The banks of these rivers are inundated and had turned into like an ocean. The villages on either side of the border are submerged under flood water including villages in Tlabung Sub-Division and Tipperghat of Mizoram and village Nathanpur of Barak Valley and so were BSF border out posts.Despite being severely affected by the flash flood, where most of the BOPs are submerged in water, troops of 159 Bn BSF deployed in Lunglei and 131 Bn BSF at Dholchera, Cachar responded to the occasion without losing time and evacuated men, women, children and aged ailing patients of village to safer places amidst flash flood waters, without caring for their safety and by putting their life at peril. Exhibiting humane approach, the officers and troops of BSF catered much needed potable water and medicare to the affected villagers by associating local civil administration and the NGOs and instilled a sense of confidence among the poor border population.BSF Jawans have always stood with the border population at the time of need. Such humane efforts have been highly appreciated by the border population and civil administration.

On 21st June 2018 International day of yoga observed by the BSF under Mizoram & Cachar Frontier.Along the rest of the world, Mizoram and Cachar Frontier of BSF: India’s First Line of Defence religiously observed the 4th International Day of Yoga at Masimpur, Silchar, Assam. The occasion was marked by practicing various Yogic Asanas and Pranayams in the open training ground of the BSF Campus under the supervision of Yogacharyas of BSF, trained under Patanjali Yog Peeth. The event witnessed very enthusiastic participation of more than 400 BSF personnel.During the event, Shri N S Jamwal, Inspector General, BSF expounded the Physical and Mental benefits, one gets from Yoga. He explained that “Yoga” plays a vital role in keeping a person both Mentally and Physically fit for leading a healthier and happy life. He emphasized that “Yoga” takes an important place especially for personnel in uniform like the BSF, as practicing regular “Yoga” relieves physical and mental stress of the troops, who are exposed to multifarious challenges while performing their duties day in and day out in far flung, remote/isolated border areas under tiring conditions. He further urged that “Yoga” is a way of life and it should be adopted by one and all to make their life free from all ailments. “Yoga” costs nothing in comparison to other sports which involves purchase of sports gears and items. “Yoga” is an activity in which one does not sustain any injury like other sports events. Whether rich or poor, young or old, can perform the “Yogic” exercises. During a separate session, approx 300 lady wives and children of BSF Personnel also participated and performed various Yogasans and Praayam in presence of BSF Wife’s Welfare Association(BWWA) president Mrs. Rajni Jamwal at Masimpur campus. Simlarly, International Day of Yoga was also observed by all Bordermen deployed at various BSF Sector HQr/ Units under Frontier upto Border Out Post Level located in Barak Valley, Mizoram, Manipur and Nagaland states.

On 21 June 2018 BSF efforts helped border villagers to retrieve their 03 boats from Bangladesh.Going by its ethos, BSF once again proved that the interest of nation and its citizen always comes first. BSF is always there to help anyone in need especially on border areas or far flung areas and at times keeping their personal comfort / safety at bay.On 18th June 2018, 03 boats of Indian villagers drifted to Bangladesh due to strong current and were literally lost, when the matter was brought into the notice of BSF persons deployed at BOP Kinokhal Ex-131 Bn BSF, the BSF promptly approached 41 BGB and requested to help in retrieving all the lost boats that has drifted to their area, to which BGB responded well and within 02 days returned those 03 boats through a flag meeting. The initiative of the BSF and cooperation from the BGB brought smiles into the faces of local villagers, thus strengthening the bond of mutual trust between the two forces (countries) on one hand and winning trust of own people on the other hand.

On 26th June 2018 international day against drug abuse and illegal trafficking. To spread awareness against Drug abuse and physical fitness amongst citizens particularly among youths, BSF Frontier, Mizoram and Cachar organized a Cycle Rally on the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illegal Trafficking with the theme of the year LISTEN FIRST.Despite being engaged and fully committed in guarding the International border, as the first line of defence, BSF is also extremely sensitive to the social evils like drug menace and is determine to strengthen and achieve the goal of International society free of Drug abuse.The keynote speech on the occasion was delivered by Sh N S Jamwal, Inspector General, M&C FTR BSF. He exhorted that drug abuse has taken an endemic form in most of the states of India. The illicit drug trade along Golden Crescent, traditionally the regions between Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan has serious implications for the state of Western India. Likewise, a word of caution is appropriate to understand the ugly behemoth of narcotics trafficking intertwined with ethnic insurgencies in the neighbouring Golden Triangle (Myanmar, Laos and Thailand) which directly affects the youths of North East. Besides heroin, cannabis, opium etc, huge quantities of illicit drugs like Yaba, WY, Methamphetamine etc are easily made available through Indo-Myanmar porous border to the states of Manipur, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam and Mizoram. This multifaceted phenomenon not only affects the individual in particular but the society in general. Use of drugs, especially among school and college students is on the rise. Young children at the age of 14 to 15 years are most vulnerable as they want to experiment everything. We should listen to them first to help them grow healthy and safe as their minds are more resilient. Society should be strict and keep a vigilant eye on anti-national elements that target the school going children/youths so that the coming generations can be free from such kinds of social evils.He thanked all the participants and made a clarion call to one and all to combat drug menace.More than 100 BSF cyclists led by IG himself took part in the rally who were also joined by youths of the area. The rally covered a distance of about 20 KMs through the lanes in Silchar town spreading message to mankind and to remain away from drug abuse. Similar rallies against the drug abuse were held by other BSF headquarters and units of this Frontier in Mizoram, Manipur and Nagaland. A lecture/seminar against drug abuse in detailed was delivered by Dr W Thoiba Singh, Comdt (Med) at BSF Campus, Masimpur.

Dr K C MAHALI,IPS IG BSF M&C FTR

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