CRPF repairs Govt school toilets

KAIMAI, Dec 30:  To reach out to the masses in Tirap district and to provide a helping hand, the 36 Battalion of CRPF on Thursday organised a civic action programme during which, the battalion renovated toilets of boys, girls and staff of the Government Upper Primary School, Kaimai.

The toilets and urinal were in a shabby and pathetic condition. As a result, the staff and the students were not able to use it.

CRPF battalion Commandant Pawan Kumar Singh in his address said that the toilets are vital to every human being. Dirty toilets or bathrooms can lead to serious health hazards and causes diseases.

Also, to ensure dignity and privacy of staff and children, toilets and urinals are essential, he added.

On the occasion, deputy commandant MS Yadav and others were also present.

Headmaster of the school, Wangkhoan Wangsha appreciated the battalion for the yeomen’s service to the school. He lauded the efforts of the battalion and said that renovation of toilets and urinals was highly needed in the school for effective use.

This is an initiative from the CRPF to establish peace and harmony in society.

The efforts were highly appreciated by the teachers, students as well as local administrative heads who showed their willingness to support the unit’s endeavour to bring peace and normalcy in Tirap, Changlang and Longding region. (DIPRO)

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