STATE TIMES NEWS UDHAMPUR: A Nuked Natak based on our fundamental duties was presented by Sangam theatre Reasi in association with Department of Information & public relation J&K here today at Sheed Bhagat Singh Parak Udhampur. Large number of audience from all walk of life including senior citizens, Locals, students and general public witnessed the Nuked Natak and appreciated the efforts made by the Department of Information & public relation J&K and Sangam theatre group Reasi for presenting such type of Nuked Natak for the awareness of general public. Officials of the Information department also present on the occasion. Actors of the Nuked Natak generate awareness among the people about their fundamental duties. The script, of play was written by Shadab Khan and designed & directed by M. Akram Khan the artist who acted in the Nuked Play were Rohit Kumar, Anil Kumar, Anjali Anand, Akram Khan,Pankaj Sharma, Rajat Sharma, Sarita Devi, Inder Jeet Singh, Rashab Banathia, Mohan Lal , Lucky Dogra and Raja Aamir. The artists made audiences aware about fundamental duties, our Constitution, citizenship rights and responsibilities through Street Play and covered all aspects of a citizen, Respect the Constitution, the national flag, and the national anthem; cherish the noble ideals of the freedom struggle; uphold and protect the sovereignty, unity and integrity of India; defend the country and render national service when called; promote harmony and common brotherhood amongst all the people of India; preserve the rich heritage of the nation’s composite culture; protect the natural environment and have compassion for living creatures; develop scientific temper, humanism and spirit of inquiry and reform; safeguard public property and abjure violence; strive for excellence in all individual and collective activity.
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