MJ Juhie along with officials of 92.7 BIG FM at Jammu.
STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: The sole private FM Station of Jammu 92.7 BIG FM has extended its timings of broadcast from 18 hours a day to 24 hours. Big FM is now broadcasting its hit shows throughout the day and is now a companion to those who have late night duty hours especially the Defence Forces 24X7.
A 72-hour on-air marathon was started in this connection by MJ Juhie on August 15, from 7:00 AM which was dedicated to Indian soldiers serving in different security and belt forces and all those people who serve the nation late night. With the aim to motivate Jammu to become more sensitive towards our soldiers’ respect, honour and give recognition to the sacrifices made by them for entire nation and especially in J and K State which is worst hit by militancy, people were asked to openly come in support of our brave-hearts through call-ins , digital media and studio visits.
Several dignitaries like Speaker Legislative Assembly J and K, Kavinder Gupta, IGP Jammu, Dr S.D.S Jamwal, highly decorated soldiers of the Indian Army Capt Bana Singh, Param Vir Chakra Awardee, Honorary Capt Surinder Singh, Sena Medal, eminent writer of Urdu and Punjabi, Khalid Hussain, popular poetess of the region, Vijaya Thakur, performers of Saptak Classical Fusion Band, The Strings and other prominent institutions also became a part of this marathon by paying visits to the studios and celebrating our soldiers and entertaining them with their distinct talent.
Jammu people participated in the marathon in a highly enthusiastic way as the Big FM studio line was continuously buzzing with their calls.
They congratulated MJ Juhie for this initiative and appreciated the efforts of our soldiers and took pledge to always make them feel special wherever they see them. ‘We Care for You’ was the message which was strongly spread through this marathon for soldiers.
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