STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: A Bharat Darshan tour is being organised by CRPF under Civic Action Programme. Children from various districts of J&K are participating in this tour. S.L.C Khup, DIG CRPF Range Hiranagar flagged off 15 children for the tour here from Headquarters 166 Bn CRPF, New PCR Camp Sidhra at Jammu. Pertinently, 166 Bn CRPF is facilitating a seven days tour, starting from Friday during which the children would be visiting various historical places in Delhi, Bengaluru and Mysore. During his address to the students, DIG Khup reiterated that such programmes organised by CRPF commensurate the public friendly image of the force and reflects its commitment towards contribution in the development of society. He also appealed students to learn wherever they visit. Enthusiasm was evident among the students going for tour. Highlighting the requirement of such programmes, Ashish Kumar Jha Commandant 166 Bn CRPF appealed to children to become exemplary citizens of the country. The main objective of this mission is to apprise youth about the social harmony in the nation and culture, heritage and tourist places of the different parts of the nation so that become better citizens. The entire arrangement of conveyance to Delhi, Banguluru and Mysoreis made by CRPF besides providing other utility items such as track suit, shoes and bag, etc to children. During the programme, local citizens Shiv Dayal and Chhajju Ram besides touring children Arif Hussain and Sahil Ahmed thanked CRPF for providing such opportunity to them. During the event, Ram Kumar Commandant 38 Bn CRPF, K.D Joshi Commandant 160 Bn CRPF, Anil Kumar Second-in-Command 166 Bn CRPF, Dr Amit Kumar CMO 166 Bn, CRPF, Amit Singh Second-in-Command 126 Bn CRPF, K.L Dhiman Second-in-Command 76 Bn CRPF, Vikas Singh Second-in-Command Jammu Sector CRPF besides other officers and personnel of CRPF were also present.
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