STATE TIMES NEWS BHADARWAH: The Bhadarwah Street Plays Festival sponsored by Army concluded on Monday at historical Seri Bazar after three activity-packed days. The street plays festival in which schools from Bhadarwah town and it’s peripheral areas performed at Historical Seri Bazar of Bhadarwah was aimed at to create awareness among the masses about the perils of drug and different social evils prevalent in the society. The concluding day of the festival started with the students of PG College presenting their act on ‘National Integration’, followed by performance of the kids of Little Angels school of Bhadarwah University Campus, who staged their play on ‘child labour’. “I have heard that Bhaderwah has a history of street plays, but we never expected that it will attract such huge crowds. I’m quite content that the message we wanted to spread has been conveyed in the most effective manner and among every section of the society,” said Col D D Pandey, Commanding Officer 4RR. The festival which started on Friday was organised by Rashtriya Rifles based at Bhadarwah.
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