India’s oldest paramilitary pressure, Assam Rifles and the Indian Coast Guard signed the ‘Constitution of Affiliation’ on Wednesday on the Assam Rifles Headquarters in Shillong, Meghalaya.
The Assam Rifles, which guards the Indo-Myanmar border and the Indian Coast Guard that guards India’s maritime borders and coastal frontiers carried out the affiliation between third (Naga Hills) Battalion of Assam Rifles and Indian Coast Guard ship ‘Shaurya’.
The signing of the ‘Constitution of Affiliation’ was adopted by a joint wreath-laying ceremony on the Assam Rifles Conflict Memorial and a mixed Guard of Honour was led by Captain Ruchi Pathak of the Assam Rifles.
This initiative will facilitate a larger understanding of operational ethos, sharing of greatest practices from one another, constructing camaraderie and utilisation of one another’s belongings for coaching, sports activities and journey might be carried out.
“A battalion of the Assam Rifles will quickly sail alongside the Indian Coast Guard officers and sailors on board ICG ship Shaurya from Chennai. They'll practice collectively and trade information land borders and abroad administration,” stated a senior official of the Assam Rifles.
The occasion was attended by Lt Basic Sukhdeep Sangwan, Director Basic Assam Rifles and Director Basic Rajendra Singh, Indian Coast Guard together with a number of officers and males from each the forces.