Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi "guaranteed" not to implement CAA in Assam during a rally in Tezpur on March 02. "When our party comes into power, a law will be enacted to ensure that CAA is not implemented here. 200 units of electricity will be given free of cost every month. We will provide Rs 2,000 per month to all the housewives as 'grihini samman'. The woman working in tea gardens will be provided Rs 365 per day. We will create 5 lakhs new government jobs. These are not promises but guarantee," said Gandhi.
Indian National Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on March 2 interacted with women labourers at Sadharu Tea Garden. These women labourers pluck tea leafs from the tea garden for their livelihood. Gandhi listened to their grievances during the interaction. The Congress General Secretary also plucked tea leaves along with them. Priyanka is on a two-day visit to the poll-bound state. Assam will witness a three-phased election starting from March 27, followed by April 1 and April 6.
Southern Sporting Union (SSU), Singjamei defeated Eastern Sporting Union (ESU) team 3-2 in an entertaining final match to clinch the title of the '11th Shaheed Manoranjan Singh Memorial Football Tournament' organised by 143 Battalion of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) at SAI Sports Complex, Imphal on February 28. The tournament was organised in memory of late assistant commandant Manoranjan Singh who made the supreme sacrifice while encountering Naxalites in Chhattisgarh in 2009. Both the finalists started the game cautiously and canceled out attempts from the opposing ends until, Eastern Sporting Union Team (ESU) found the breakthrough in the 28th minute off a fine strike by Thumsol Tongsin. The runners up team, ESU received a trophy and a cash prize of Rs 1, 50,000. Third-placed, Classic FA and fourth-placed, WAFA, Wangoi were respectively feted with cash prizes of Rs 35,000 and Rs 15,000 besides trophies. The ceremony was also attended by Ng Memcha, mother of Shaheed Manoranjan Singh; Randeep Datta PMG, IGP, MandN Sector CRPF; senior officers of state administration, Army, Police, CAPFs among others. The tournament saw participation of 28 teams from across the state.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday handed over the trophies of best marching contingents of this year's Republic Day parade to the Jat Regimental Centre and the Delhi Police. "The Jat Regimental Centre bagged the trophy of best marching contingent among the tri-services, while the Delhi Police was adjudged as the best marching contingent among the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) and other auxiliary services," the Defence ministry's statement noted. In his speech at the event, Singh lauded the "courage and valour" of the Jat Regimental Centre while praising the Delhi Police for "effectively carrying out additional responsibilities".
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The personnel of Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) gathered at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi. They lined up at AIIMS for blood donation at a one-day blood donation camp on February 03. CAPF personnel include- ITBP, CRPF, BSF, SSB and RAF. Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) Director General Dr AP Maheshwari donated blood at AIIMS in the national capital.