Rather, Bakaya give donations to Athwaas
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Feb 27: The Finance Minister, Abdul Rahim Rather has complimented the Cultural Academy and Athwaas for projecting and promoting the traditions of the state.
“I am impressed to see the programmes Academy and institutions affiliated with it are doing for promotion of culture,” Rather said.
Addressing a gathering of displaced artists and Kashmiri natives here, former Chief Secretary and Member Legislative Council, Vijay Bakaya also hailed the Academy for helping cultural forums. Secretary Academy, Zafar Iqbal Manhas said the Kashmiri programmes were receiving good audience.
Later Rather announced a donation of Rs 3 lakh to Athwaas while Bakaya Rs five lakh.
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