Farooq Renzu Shah honoured for his contribution in scouting
Jammu, Jan 28: Adarash Educational Trust, Channi Himmat Jammu honoured State Chief Commissioner, All India Boys Scouts and Director Information. Farooq Renzu Shah for his volunteer and massive contribution in popularizing scouts and guides programme in JK.
The Chairman, Adarsh Educational Trust A K Kapoor felicitated Farooq Renzushah for his excellent guidance to motivate the younger generation towards scouts programme. He said Renzu had been a source of great inspiration for the youth in the state in whom he inculcated great ideals of patriotism and nation building through systematic scouting programmes across the state. He presented a shawl and memento to him and wished him success in scouts pursuits.
Speaking on the occasion, Kh. Renzu Shah expressed gratitude to the management for honouring him. He highlighted responsibility of the youth in nation building and stressed on celebrating such occasions with zeal and zest. He said celebration of national events in the school premises inculcates patriotism among the youth and sensitizes them about freedom struggle and contribution of great leaders in freeing the nation from foreign rule.
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