Information deptt organises photo exhibition
Srinagar, Dec 5: The Department of Information and Public Relation today organised a photo exhibition on the eve of 106th birthday of Sher-i-Kashmir Sheikh Muhammad Abdullah at his mausoleum, Naseem Bagh here.
The Advisor to Chief Minister, Mubarak Gul inaugurated the exhibition. Various historical photographs depicting Sher-e-Kashmir’s various facets of life and vision for Naya Kashmir were exhibited on the occasion.
A large number of people witnessed the exhibition and showed their interest in it. People lauded the Information Department for holding such exhibition.
GUL LAYS FOUNDATION STONE
Meanwhile Mubarak Gul laid foundation stone of 30 bedded Habba Khatoon Maternity and Children Hospital at Noorbagh, here today which are estimated at a cost of Rs. 1.66 crore. The Hospital will cater the whole populace of the area comprising 20,000 souls.
Gul reiterated the Government’s commitment for providing better health care facilities to the people of the State. He said the hospital will cover the Sheri- Khas area especially women and children can get specialized treatment at their doorsteps.
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