All India Boys Scouts (JK Chapter) to launch environment protection drive
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Jammu, Jan 16: A meeting of top executives of All India Boys Scouts, J&K Chapter, was held today in which the Chief Commissioner and Deputy Chief Commissioner, J&K Scouts, J&K Chapter were briefed the executives body about the last years’ activities of the Association.
The Chief Commissioner said that the last years’ biggest achievement of the Association was historical heritage rally held on World Earth Day on 3 rd June from Nishat to Kashmir University besides holding of the biggest environment convocation.
The Chief Commissioner, Farooq Renzu and Deputy Chief Commissioner, Prof. V.L.Vishan, Prof Parray and others welcomed the 21 members of Jammu, who have joined the Chapter of J&K Scouts including P.R.Mahajan, V.K.Malhotra, Vaid Prakash, Sanjay Mahajan, Nirmal Singh, Gurdeep Singh, Rashpal Singh, Rahul Kapoor, G S Chauhan, K.K.Chadda, Sarfaraz Jan, Kewal Krishan and other distinguished scouts.
Farooq Renzu said it was the need of the hour to work for brotherhood and strengthen the pillars of love, adding scouting was the best instrument which will usher the society towards this goal.
He said under the able leadership of Justice Ranga Nath Misra , Ex Chief Justice of India, who is Chief Scout for India under the banner of All India Boys Scouts, our Scouts organization is in the process of celebrating completion of hundred years with pride.
Lastupdate on : Sat, 16 Jan 2010 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sat, 16 Jan 2010 18:30:00 GMT
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