CRPF staff along with 50 students leaves for National Integration Camp

Newspoint Bureau
Jammu Tawi, December 23 Over 50 students from different schools of Jammu Division along with staff of CRPF left Jammu by Jammu Tawi-Ahmedabad Express from Jammu Tawi Railway Station on Friday. They will further attend National Integration Shibir at Village- Pransla, Tehsil-Upletha, District-Rajkot (Gujrat) from December 24 to January 01, 2017. Siandeep Singh, Deputy Commissioner, Rakesh Sethi, DIG(Ops) Jammu North, CRPF, Jammu, A Padma Kumar, Commandant-33 Bn, CRPF along with his team of officers and staff were present at Jammu Railway Station to see off the children. The 50 students were overwhelmed with enthusiasm to participate in the tour. As already reported 33 Bn, CRPF has been given the responsibility for arranging the tour programme for 50 students (40 boys and 10 girls) studying in various schools of Jammu Division of J&K to attend 19th Rashtriya Shibir on National Integration scheduled to be organized at village- Pransla, Tehsil- Upleta, Distt-Rajkot (Gujrat) as conducted in previous year also. The organizer “Shree Vedic Mission Trust” aims to acquaint the youth with real india, its civilization, culture, heritage, secularism and inculcate the feelings of national integration in them. The young 40 girls and 10 boys from the schools of Kishtwar, Doda, Bhaderwah, Ramban, Udhampur, Reasi, Jammu, Samba and Kathua assembled at 33 Bn, CRPF at Preet Nagar, Gangyal, Jammu, two days in advance. They were provided various utility items like travel bag, track suit, sports shoes, crockery, stationery etc free of cost.

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