Plans to establish schools up to 10+2: GOC Victor Force
ARMY GOODWILL SCHOOL KANGAN CELEBRATES ANNUAL DAY
Kangan, Dec 1: Army Goodwill School Kangan celebrated its annual day on Thursday.
General Officer Commanding, Victor Force, Major General Gurdeep Singh, who was the chief guest of the function, complimented the teachers and students of the school for achieving good results in academics and extracurricular activities.
Maj Gen Singh presented awards to the best performing students and teachers on the occasion. He also inaugurated a computer lab in the school.
Talking to Greater Kashmir on the sidelines of the function the GOC said that army plans to establish good will schools up to 10+2. “Army is well aware of its responsibilities and we are doing a good job through Sadbhavna operation,” he said.
Maj Gen Singh refused to comment when asked to comment about revocation of Armed Forces Special Powers Act and the recent statement of Union minister Dr Farooq Abdullah that ‘Sadbhavna’ is not the job of Army and should be left to the civil administration.
“Please don’t ask to comment on such issues,” the GOC said.
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