Assam Rifles trains Nagaland police on Counter Insurgency and jungle warfare Training on Counter Insurgency and jungle warfare was imparted to two companies of Nagaland Police Special Task Force (NPSTF) by Assam Rifles units at Wokha and Phek under aegis of IGAR (North). Nagaland DGP T John Longkumer and IGAR (North) witnessed a demonstration on cordon and search operation cum lecture conducted by Wokha Battalion of Assam Rifles yesterday. Also Read CHIARMAN NBSE INFORMS HEAD OF INSTITUTIONS
Assam Rifles in a release said that in addition to honing basic battle crafts drills and firing practice, deliberate training on Cordon and Search, Raid on insurgent camps, establishment of Mobile Check Posts, Counter ambush and IED drills were imparted. Special focus on intelligence gathering, surveillance operations and media interaction was also given during four weeks training. Also Read Let Naga villages prepare RIIN: Shurhozelie
The training was successfully culminated by 72 hours validation exercise wherein IGAR inspected and validated various exercises on counter insurgency operations and jungle warfare drills at Phek. The trainings were held from June 13 to July 14. Nagaland DGP Longkumer highly appreciated and thanked Assam Rifles for imparting successful training to Nagaland Police at Wokha and Phek. Also Read Northeast youth arrested from call centre The DGP said that he is looking forward for more such training programmes with Assam Rifles to enhance operational skills and to bring peace and harmony in the Region.