Murshidabad, Mamun Farook : In indo-bangla bordering village of Murshidabad Border Security Force organized civic action programs on 4th January. Gross exercise books, Pencil packs pens, teaching learning kits and other school supplies were distributed through these social activities in the Bajitpur Middle School by 115 BN Border Security Forces dignitaries.
The village is situated at Boyaraghat Border Post under Sector Malda. A cultural program was also organized for school children. The villagers and the school administration praised the goods distributed in the school by the soldiers of 115 BN Border Security Force deployed at the Boyraghat Border Post and requested BSF to organize more activities for good relationship between the villagers and uplifting the society.
Deputy Inspector General of Regional Headquarters Malda, Vijay Kairkar Praised this noble work by the Border Security Force personnel. He said that along with protecting the border, the Border Security Force also organizes such programs on requirement, which develops a sense of security among the citizens. He also said that such programs will be organized in the border areas in future also. Ashok Kumar Singh, CO of 115 BN and officers and soldiers of 115 BN were present in this program.