JK has rich cultural traditions: Khoda
Jammu: As a part of its ongoing talent hunt ‘Choona Hai Aasman’, the Jammu and Kashmir Police Organization organized Range Level singing competition at Police Auditorium, Gulshan Ground.
The organization, which has been ever since promoting sports activities has now, endeavoured to contribute its bit in encouraging cultural activities. With this end in mind, the organization has started a Singing Talent Hunt ‘Choona Hai Aasman’ in the State to provide platform to the budding singers of the State.
After holding inter district level singing competition, a Range Level Competition was held here yesterday evening. In all 18 contestants, including nine boys and nine girls selected from districts of Jammu, Kathua and Samba took part and exhibited performed under three categories viz. junior, senior and master’s level.
Director General of Police Kuldeep Khoda who was the chief guest at the function distributed trophies among the winners of the contest.
Khoda said that the campaign has also been launched in other districts of the State and in Kashmir Zone the activity has reached to Zone level. Six contestants have been selected from each Range of the Zone. State Level Grand Finale of the event will be held to select three best singers of the State, he added.
The chairperson, Jammu and Kashmir Police Wives Welfare Association, (JKPWWA), Dr Indu Khoda who was present on the occasion alongwith other women members said that Police Wives Welfare Association would also contribute in cultivating talent among the youth of the State to enable them to contest at different levels.
Among others, ADGP, Armed/Law & Order, K Rajindra Kumar, IGP, Naveen Aggerwal, Dilbag Singh and A. K. Chowdhary, DIGs, Alokpuri, Gulzar Singh Salaria and other police officers were present on the occasion.
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