Dr Jitendra Singh lauds Athrot efforts to groom young talent; says KPs major stakeholders

Minister of State in Prime Minister’s Office Dr Jitendra Singh has said that Kashmiri Pandits were the major stake holders in Kashmir Valley and any resolution without their participation was not possible.
Dr Jitendra Singh chief Guest on the occasion was speaking at a function organized by Athrot, an organization of Kashmiri Pandit artists dedicated to promote young talent and managed by veteran artist Kanwal Peshin during the pre-finals of a talent hunt programme to select talented young Kashmiri Pandits for the grand finale of “Kashir Kalakar” being held on November 5.
Dr Jitendra Singh while lauding the efforts of Athrot and Kanwal Peshin along with Ravi Bhan and Pradeep Pandita for grooming the young talented people from the community congratulated them for organizing “Kashir Kalakar” talent hunt programme to provide an opportunity to younger generation to show case their talent.
Dr Jitendra Singh said that young people have a lot of potential and what they need are such activities to find them and groom them by presenting them in front of the larger audience.
Young Kashmiri Pandit artists presented their performances and the judges selected themost talented among them for the grand finale on November 5 at Abhinav Theatre.
Prominet among those who presented shawl, traditional Kashmir Loi Thaal and Kenz Khos and bouques to Dr Jitendra Singh include Ashwani Chrangoo Panun Kashmir, Vinod Pandit Chairman All Parties Migrants Coordination Committee (APMCC) and others.
The pre-finals were judged by veteran artists and intellectuals Ravi Bhan, PN Shad and Upender Ambardar while programme was anchored by veteran theatre artists Kusum Tiku. Vote of thanks was presented by Ravi Bhan while the pre-finals were attended by young boys and girls of Kashmiri Pandit community besides renowned Kashmiri Pandits from various fields.

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