STATE TIMES NEWS BHADARWAH: To extend their civic action programme to the most deserving and underprivileged students living in far-off areas, 33 Battalion CRPF sends 16 students belonging to Below Poverty Line (BPL) families of Bhadarwah to ‘Bharat Darshan’ Tour on Saturday. The tour to Kolkata was flagged off by DDC Doda Dr Sagar Dattaray Doifode along with Col D D Pandey CO 4RR, Tehsildar Bhadarwah Zeeshan Tahir, SDPO Adil Rishu, BMO Dr Abdul Hameed Zarger, EO MCB Mohd Ashraf and SHO Shameem Ahmed from community hall Kotli. During tour, the students will visit different areas of Kolkata to know their tradition and culture. Speaking on the occasion, A. Padma Kumar, Commandant – 33 BN C.R.P.F expressed his gratitude to the chief guest and other dignitaries present for blessing the event by their gracious presence. He also stressed upon the importance of organizing such programmes for the youth to know about our nation its different culture and diversity and also propagate the positive role played by security forces to maintain the unity of the country. The main specialty of this tour is that the participating students belongs to the far flung and rural areas of Bhaderwah sub division from backward families. This tour will provide a great opportunity to these students to know about the versatile culture, rich heritage, diversity, unity and brotherhood in our great nation. Commandant CRPF 33 Battalion said that the tour under civic action programme is primarily aimed at to give exposure to the most deserving but under privelaged students living in mountains and for the purpose 16 students belonging to BPL families were drawn from different villages of Bhadarwah valley. “These students have never gone beyond Jammu and some of them are even moving first time outside Bhadarwah. For these students, it’s like a dream come true to move beyond hills to the Kolkata,” Padma Kumar added. DDC Doda Dr Sagar Dattaray Doifode said that It’s heartwarming to see the excitement of the students, this will go a long way to expand their vision and overall development of their personality. He further said that this programme of CRPF will certainly help in developing better police public interface. By concluding the function Neelam Kaninwal, Dy. Comdt, of 33 Bn CRPF delivered the vote of thanks. The event was well appreciated by all the dignitaries and local public.
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