STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: In an effort to bring smile on faces of specially-abled children, members of Regional CRPF Family Welfare Association (FWA) Group Centre Bantalab, Jammu visited JRC Home for specially-abled. This Home for specially abled, constructed on land donated by Maj Gen (Retd) U C Dubey, was inaugurated by the former Prime Minister, Late Indira Gandhi in 1976. It provides free boarding and schooling to specially-abled children (mostly deaf and dumb) from economically weaker sections of Jammu region. As a pre-holi event, the members of CRPF FWA (GC Bantalab) exchanged colours with children and presented educational/sports items to them. They also committed themselves for future engagement with various NGOs. Pertinent to mention here that FWA organises such programmes quite often to help needy. The event was organised under the banner of CRPF FWA (GC Bantalab) under the leadership of S P Singh, DIG GC Bantalab and in presence of Shalinee Singh, Head CRPF FWA (GC Bantalab) and Monika Singh w/o Bhupinder Singh (DIG J&K Zone).
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