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Army organises programme for students at Udalguri

159 Field Regiment of Red Horns Division of Indian army organised a well attended awareness meet for students and youths at Udalguri HS school auditorium on August 25 recently. Giving every detail of Indian army and job opportunities in it, army officers said that the Indian army never relied on religion, caste and creed, but relies on quality service to the nation. Army welcomed more than 1000 students coming from various schools and colleges of Udalguri area with a tele-film showing the valour and courage, discipline and social life of the army men of the country.

Addressing the congregation, Colonel DK Bose, Commanding Officer of the regiment also explained the truthfulness of Indian army and appealed to the youths to join it for a better and ideal life to serve the nation. The students on the occasion was also addressed by Thaneswar Malakar, Deputy Commissioner of Udalguri district who appealed to the students to learn discipline from the Indian army and salute them as they serve us round the clock for our safety and security. He also thanked the security forces for their co operation in maintaining law and order in entire Udalguri district at a crucial period of ethnic unrest going on in western side of BTAD in recent times and appealed all to maintain peace and harmony for a greater cause.

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