STATE TIMES NEWS
RAMBAN: The IRP 9th Battalion of the Jammu and Kashmir Armed Police organised and conducted a series of events under civic action programme 2016-17.
As part of the same series the IRP 9th Battalion organized a big civil action event at Batote. The programme was organised under the supervision of Senior Superintendent of Police, Abrar Chowdhary Commandant IRP 9th Battalion.
Children and students from various schools including High School Dharmund, Upper Middle School Dharmund, Middle School Rakhjeorj and Primary School Minal participated in the programme. They were accompanied by their teachers and parents.
The students nearly 100 in number studying in various schools from primary to secondary level hailed from various far flung and backward areas. A large bulk of stationery items comprising stationery kits procured by the police under civil action programme were distributed among the students.
Principal Government Higher Secondary School Batote, Jagjeet Singh was the Chief Guest and the Zonal Education Officer Batote, Lekh Raj Goswami was the Guest of Honour.
On the occasion, Superintendent of Police, Surjeet Bhagat of IRP 9th Battalion spoke at length about the ills of drug and its frequent usage among the youth. He stressed upon the students and the participants to say no to the drugs at all costs and save future generations from this menace.
The chief guest highlighted role of police in the society and appreciated the efforts of police in facilitating the education of poor children by providing them the necessary study materials and stationery.
Speaking on the occasion, Senior Superintendent of Police Abrar Chowdhary Commandant IRP 9th Battalion advised the children to study hard and respect their parents and teachers. He stressed upon the participants and the students to maintain harmony and co-exist peacefully so that designs of the anti-national and anti-social elements could be defeated.
Dy. Commandant Amit Bhasin, Deputy Commandant Surjeet Bhagat, Zonal Education Officers Batote, Head Mistress Shukantla Devi and officials of Revenue, Education and Police Departments were also present.
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