STATE TIMES NEWS RAJOURI: Advocate Iftikhar Ahmed, National Co-ordinator Indian Youth congress (IYC ) incharge UP west on Thursday distributed books to the students of Pahari hostel Rajouri who are without books. Few days back, Advocate Iftkhar Ahmed visited Pahari hostel and interacted with students after being appointed as National co-ordinator IYC and students briefed him about pathetic attitude of state govt as pahari advisory board J&K. The students raised their demands that they are with out books, Iftkhar Ahmed promised the students that they will provide books to all needy students and today he donated books to 50 students of 9th and 10th class of Govt Pahari hostel Rajouri. He also sponsored 60 students of 8th , 9th and 10th class for free tuition at students point coaching centre Bela Colony Rajouri owned by Tanveer Khan , District president NSUI Rajouri Iftkhar Ahmed , while addressing students said that students are the future of nation and urged students to study hard for achieving success in life and assured full support to poor and needy students of Pahari hostels , Gujjar hostels or any other hostel in which poor and needy students are residing. He said today he distributed books to 50 students of Pahari hostel Rajouri and also sponsored free tuition to 60 students free of cost. He further appealed to civil society Rajouri to come forward to help these needy students. He further lambasted the State Govt for playing with future of poor students. He further said the why state Govt is not realising the fund for these hostels. Shabaz Khan warden Govt Pahari Hostel Rajouri, Rajinder Kumar , Assistant Warden Pahari Hostel Rajouri and students of Pahari Hostel thanked Iftkhar Ahmed for this act of social service Those who accompanied during this visit include Shabir Choudary, state General Secretary PYC J&K , Tanveer Khan, District president Nsui Rajouri, Mohd Rafiq Choudhary, Assembly General Secretary AYC Rajouri.
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