DDK to telecast live Guv’s address, budget presentation
Srinagar, Feb 23: DD Kashir channel is telecasting live the Governor, N N Vohra’s address to the joint session of the legislators on February 28 and the budget presentation by Finance Minister, Abdul Rahim Rather on March 7 in Jammu.
According to the Kendra officials, “the event is first of its kind in the history of DD Kashir when Governor’s address and budget presentation would be telecast live on DDK Srinagar, DDK Jammu and DDK Leh.”
Director DDK Srinagar, Dr Rafeeq Masoodi, said to cover the event, DDK Srinagar was moving its DSNG van with multiple camera set up along with the Regional News Unit section to Jammu with back up support from DDK Jammu.
Director DDK Jammu, Shabir Mujahid said the telecast would start at 10 AM on February 28 and the proceedings would be beamed live on DD Kashir from the Assembly.
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Lastupdate on : Wed, 23 Feb 2011 18:30:00 GMT
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