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SSB rendering yeoman�s service in Udalguri

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UDALGURI, Feb 22 � The Sashastra Seema Bal, popularly known as SSB, has been rendering yeoman�s service in Udalguri district since it was stationed at Bhairabkunda.

The SSB has a glorious past as it was formed for the internal security of the border regions along Nepal and Bhutan immediately after the 1962 India-China war and since then, the security force has been doing a lot of people-friendly activities in the border region.

This was observed by Prodeep Kumar Daimary, former deputy chief of the then BAC and present MCLA of BTC while addressing the main function of the second raising day of the 61st battalion of the SSB at Bhairabkunda on February 17.

The second raising day was observed by the armed unit of the battalion at its Bhairabkunda station with a three-day colourful agenda from February 16 to 18. The first and last day�s programmes were held at Balemu Government ME School at Balemu in West Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh, while Bhairabkunda hosted the second day�s programme on February 17. All these programmes were attended by dignitaries of Assam, Bhutan and Arunachal Pradesh.

At Bhairabkunda, the SSB jawans enthralled spectators with a dog show and unity songs presented in Hindi, Assamese, Bodo and Nepali, while local artistes performed dances. The programme was anchored by RS Yadav of the battalion, while Rajib Rana, commandant of the 61st battalion welcomed all.

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SSB rendering yeoman�s service in Udalguri

UDALGURI, Feb 22 � The Sashastra Seema Bal, popularly known as SSB, has been rendering yeoman�s service in Udalguri district since it was stationed at Bhairabkunda.

The SSB has a glorious past as it was formed for the internal security of the border regions along Nepal and Bhutan immediately after the 1962 India-China war and since then, the security force has been doing a lot of people-friendly activities in the border region.

This was observed by Prodeep Kumar Daimary, former deputy chief of the then BAC and present MCLA of BTC while addressing the main function of the second raising day of the 61st battalion of the SSB at Bhairabkunda on February 17.

The second raising day was observed by the armed unit of the battalion at its Bhairabkunda station with a three-day colourful agenda from February 16 to 18. The first and last day�s programmes were held at Balemu Government ME School at Balemu in West Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh, while Bhairabkunda hosted the second day�s programme on February 17. All these programmes were attended by dignitaries of Assam, Bhutan and Arunachal Pradesh.

At Bhairabkunda, the SSB jawans enthralled spectators with a dog show and unity songs presented in Hindi, Assamese, Bodo and Nepali, while local artistes performed dances. The programme was anchored by RS Yadav of the battalion, while Rajib Rana, commandant of the 61st battalion welcomed all.