Assam Government announces Chief Minister’s Special Service Medal and Chief Minister’s Outstanding Service Medal
GUWAHATI, Aug 15: On the occasion of 75th independence day celebration government of Assam has shortlisted the name of six police personnel who were killed in a Borders clash on 26 July at ‘Lailapur’ area in Cachar district, along the Assam-Mizoram border, will be posthumously awarded the ‘Chief Minister’s Special Service Medal in a crisis situation”, on sunday while celebrating occasion of India’s 75th Independence Day.
The state government will also honour the then Cachar Superintendent of Police Nimbalkar Vaibhav Chandrakanta, who was critically injured in the attack, and four other policemen with the ‘Chief Minister’s Outstanding Service Medal”, according to an official release issued on Sunday.
It may be noted that in recognition to the service provided by the police personnel who lost their lives in the border skirmishes along Assam-Mizoram border recently, the Assam government has announced the names for Chief Minister’s Special Service Medal in a crisis situation and they are namely Late SI (AB) Swapan Kumar Roy, 21st AP (IR) Battalion, Katlicherra, Hailakandi, Late Havildar Shyam Sundar Dusad, 6th AP BnKathal, Cachar, Late Constable (A)-114 Samsuz Zaman Barbhuiya, 21st AP (IR), Battalion, Katlicherra, Hailakandi, Late Constable AB 485 Liton Suklabaidya, Cachar, DEF, Late Constable Mazrul Hoque Barbhuiya, Cachar DEF and Late Constable 911 Nazrul Hussain, 6th A.P. Battalion, Kathal, Chachar.
On the other hand, officers and personnel adjudged for the Chief Minister’s Outstanding Service Medal are IPS Nimbalkar Vaibhav Chandrakanta, Inspector (UB) Police Commissioner’s Office, Guwahati Mukul Kakoti, Inspector (UB), Biswanath District Satyen Singh Hazari, SI (UB) O/C Khatkhati Police Station, Karbi Anglong Mwblik Brahma and Constable Karbi Anglong Borsingh