Jammu Tawi, April 14
Kavinder Gupta, Speaker Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly said that youth and children of J&K state have lot of potential and these kinds of programmes and workshops provides platform to the budding artists. He stressed upon the role of youth in bringing peace in the state through these kinds of activities.
He was speaking as a chief guest during the conclusion day of ten days long dance workshop organised by Harman Dance and Education Social Trust and held in premises of Harman dance institute.
On the occasion, speaker congratulated organisers Tajinder Singh, Gurvinder Sudan and Roshan Angurana for success of workshop and advised them to continue with these types of activities.
Earlier, a multi cultural programme was organised by the participants of workshop at Ranjit College of Education, Rakh Bandhu, Kunjwani with the association of Nirvana Academy a cultural club, Guru Har Krishan Memorial School, Simbal and Ranjit College of Education. Programme was supported by Pulse Dance Academy, Trance Dance Academy, Auspicious Dance Academy, Perfect Dance Academy, Sky Dance Institute, Envious Dance Academy, Swarn Digital Studio, Swastik Studio, Royal 69 DJ and Seven Dance Academy
Baldev Singh Billawaria, Jammu District president BJP, Ranjit Singh, Patron, Ranjit College of Education and Raj Kumar, principal, K.V Miran Sahib were the guest of honour on the occasion.
Programme started with traditional lightening of lamp and followed by the welcome address by Manmeet Singh, chairman, Ranjit College of Education. More than 100 performers, artists and children participated in the programme. Students of various Dance institutes also gave their performances in the closing ceremony programme. Renowned Singer Anku Randhawa, Divinder Sheria and Rinku Bhatti also performed on the occasion.
Harman Dance and Educational Trust felicitated Hitesh Badyal founder Nirvana Academy, Mushtaq Ali actor, director and leading dance choreographers of state namely Amit Dubey, Smiley Tanuja, Vikas, Nitin and Pankaj.
Rajni Sharma anchored the programme and vote of thanks was given by Jasleen kour, on the behalf of Harman dance and educational social trust.