Na'at competition for orphans
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Apr 7: The J & K Yateem Trust on Wednesday organized a Na'at competition for the orphan children under its care, at Govt Girls Higher Secondary School KothiBagh.
Justice Retd Bashir Ahmad Kirmani was the Chief Guest while the trust Patron ZA Tak presided over the function. Among others, Prof Margoob Banihali, Qazi Muhammad Amin and Muhammad Shafi Khan were the guests of honour.
A Trust handout said Justice Bashir Ahmad Kirmani hailed the social service rendered by organization while Tak highlighted the need for organizing such events.
The program anchor was a girl from Gulshan e Banat Hostel (Girls Orphanage) of the Trust. Molvi Saifullah, Trustee presented a vote of thanks.
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