Omar assures support to JK Police
WELFARE OF POLICE MARTYRS FAMILIES
Jammu, Feb 13: Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah today said his government would provide all help to the Jammu and Kashmir Police in its endeavour to work for the welfare of police martyrs families.
Inaugurating one-day Police-Public Mela here, Omar appreciated the spirit behind holding such event and said solidarity and sympathy with the police martyrs families should be our prime concern.
Payal Abdullah was also present on the occasion.
In the Mela 40 different stalls of various police units from across the State and several private entrepreneurs were installed.
The Chief Minister, Payal Abdulla and other dignataries inspected the stalls and showed keen interest in the goods and various items of utility displayed at the stalls.
The Minister for Higher Education, Abdul Gani Malik, CM’s Advisors, Mubarak Gul and Devinder Singh Rana, Director General of Police, Kuldeep Khoda, Commissioner/Secretary Power, Basharat Ahmed Dhar, Divisional Commissioner Jammu, Pawan Kotwal and high ranking police and civil officers were also present.
Hundreds of people including men, women and children participated in various events, purchased goods and attended cultural programmes.
In the evening, the raffle draw was held in presence of large gathering. Small children drawn from the gathering picked the lucky numbers for prizes of different categories in presence of DGP Kuldeep Khoda, Chairperson, J&K Police Wives Welfare Association, Dr. Indu Khoda, Additional Directors General of Police, K Rajendra Kumar and Dr. Ram Lubahya, senior police officers and lady members of JKPWWA.
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