SSB 62nd Corps celebrated the day of the resurrection – SSB 62nd Corps celebrated the day of the resurrection

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Shravasti. The 62nd SSB Corps celebrated its 8th Raising Day on Thursday. During this time, many programs such as plantation and blood donation camps were organized at the battalion’s headquarters. The program was led by the Senayak and his wife.
The SSB is responsible for securing the border between India and Nepal. The SSB’s 62nd Corps is currently guarding the border. Its eighth day of foundation was celebrated on Thursday in the corps headquarters. During this address to the soldiers, General Chiranjeev Bhattacharya said that on that day, July 1, 2013, the 62nd Corps was set up at the Devendra Nagar Training Center, Sonitpur, Assam. The 62nd Corps was made responsible for Indo-Nepalese security by removing the Eighth Corps from Bhinga on February 16, 2015. Since then, this battalion has been guarding the Indo-Nepalese border in Shravasti.
Meanwhile, Paramita Bhattacharya, the general’s wife, organized and led a seminar. All officers and family members of the staff working in the SSB were present at the conference. Together with these members, he planted seedlings on campus. Then blood donation in a camp organized in collaboration with the Joint District Hospital. Where soldiers voluntarily donated blood. Sandeep Kumar Jaitley, Suresh Kumar, Javed Ahmed and other officers and employees attended the occasion.

Shravasti. The 62nd SSB Corps celebrated its 8th Raising Day on Thursday. During this time, many programs such as plantation and blood donation camps were organized at the battalion’s headquarters. The program was led by the Senayak and his wife.

The SSB is responsible for securing the border between India and Nepal. The SSB’s 62nd Corps is currently guarding the border. Its eighth day of foundation was celebrated on Thursday in the corps headquarters. During this address to the soldiers, General Chiranjeev Bhattacharya said that on that day, July 1, 2013, the 62nd Corps was set up at the Devendra Nagar Training Center, Sonitpur, Assam. The 62nd Corps was made responsible for Indo-Nepalese security by removing the Eighth Corps from Bhinga on February 16, 2015. Since then, this battalion has been guarding the Indo-Nepalese border in Shravasti.

Meanwhile, Paramita Bhattacharya, the general’s wife, organized and led a seminar. All officers and family members of the staff working in the SSB were present at the conference. Together with these members, he planted seedlings on campus. Then blood donation in a camp organized in collaboration with the Joint District Hospital. Where soldiers voluntarily donated blood. Sandeep Kumar Jaitley, Suresh Kumar, Javed Ahmed and other officers and employees attended the occasion.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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