Kaiths hold socio-religious function

Jammu and Kashmir Kaith Biradari today organized a function at village Kothe Chohala in Tehsil R.S. Pura where the devotees hailing from different parts of J&K, Punjab and Haryana, came in large number and paid obeisance to Uttami Devi to seek her benevolent blessings for the welfare of their families. The function was held under the supervision of Capt (Retd) GirdhariLal.
Uttami Devi is an important female deity worshipped twice a year. She is believed to be While felicitating the students who obtained positions, distinctions and first divisions in their examinations, the Biradari head G.R. Kaith said that the quality education to the children is most important. Facility must be provided to ensure that the talented children in the Biradari achieve full potential and grow to become top professionals and administrators, he added. He also advised the unemployed youth to take full advantage of the new initiatives that have been launched by the Government of India like the start-up programme etc. where they can start their
own ventures instead of
waiting for employment in Govt sector. Other Biradari leaders stressed for spread of literacy and eradication of social evils prevalent in the Biradari which have not only weakened it but have also created a sense of inferiority complex and inadequacy in its members. All the Biradari hailed promotion of IPS Gareeb Dass Kaith as Inspector General of Police and wished him many more promotions and success in his life. Prominent among others who participated in the function included Messrs R L Kaith, Master Ashok Kaith, Master Ravi Kaith, Master Surinder Kumar, Capt Ramesh Chander, Sub. BachanLal, Sub. Karnail Chand, Numberdar Des
Raj, Master Naresh Kumar, KrishanLal, Amar Nath, Yash Pal, Janak Raj, Karan Kumar, Natha Ram, Romesh Kumar and Gurdeep Kumar.

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