Begin typing your search above and press return to search.

37th raising day of 11th APBn celebrated

By Correspondent
  • Whatsapp
  • Telegram
  • Linkedin
  • Print
  • koo
  • Whatsapp
  • Telegram
  • Linkedin
  • Print
  • koo
  • Whatsapp
  • Telegram
  • Linkedin
  • Print
  • koo

DERGAON, Jan 6 � The 37 th raising day of the 11th APBn was celebrated at its headquarter here yesterday.

Credited with being the largest battalion of Assam Police, it was formed on January 5, 1979 at the historic Kapahtoli field.

Taking part as the chief guest, retired DIG (TAP/EB) Prabin Chandra Saikia remembered the contributions of the past commandants of the battalion right from the founding commandant late Prabir Kumar Senapati.

Taking the ceremonial salute at the march past, the chief guest lauded the services of the jawans in their line of duty, like controlling the law and order situation in the State.

Earlier, the commandant of the Battalion, Pradip Ranjan Kar read out the welcome address.

The children as well as the family members of the largest unit of Assam Police took active part in the sporting events organised on the occasion and thoroughly enjoyed the same.

The programme was moderated by Deep Mohan and was attended by a largenumber of unit members along with their family members and friends.

Next Story
Similar Posts
37th raising day of 11th APBn celebrated

DERGAON, Jan 6 � The 37 th raising day of the 11th APBn was celebrated at its headquarter here yesterday.

Credited with being the largest battalion of Assam Police, it was formed on January 5, 1979 at the historic Kapahtoli field.

Taking part as the chief guest, retired DIG (TAP/EB) Prabin Chandra Saikia remembered the contributions of the past commandants of the battalion right from the founding commandant late Prabir Kumar Senapati.

Taking the ceremonial salute at the march past, the chief guest lauded the services of the jawans in their line of duty, like controlling the law and order situation in the State.

Earlier, the commandant of the Battalion, Pradip Ranjan Kar read out the welcome address.

The children as well as the family members of the largest unit of Assam Police took active part in the sporting events organised on the occasion and thoroughly enjoyed the same.

The programme was moderated by Deep Mohan and was attended by a largenumber of unit members along with their family members and friends.