Khoda announces raffle draw results
11th class student wins Alto car
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Oct 2: Results of raffle draw of Police Public Mela were announced at Bakshi Stadium here on Sunday evening. The draw was held in presence of large gathering of men, women and children.
Small children drawn from the gathering picked the lucky numbers for prizes of different categories in presence of Director General of Police (DGP), Kuldeep Khoda, Chairperson, J&K Police Wives Welfare Association, Dr. Indu Koul Khoda, Additional Directors General of Police, K. Rajendra Kumar, Dr. Ram Lubahya, Dr. SP Vaid and Mrs D R Doley, senior police officers and lady members of police parivar.
The first prize five Hyundai Santro Cars were won by raffle draw ticket numbers A-81059, B-66799, C-76639, D-93514 and E-93379, 2nd prize five Alto Cars were bagged by ticket number A-62236, B-78535, C-79213, D-69598 and E-55201. The 3rd prize five Motor Cycles Hero Honda were won by ticket number A-24742, B-24145, C-30331, D-05644 and E-70476.
Similarly the 4th prize five Scooties went to raffle draw ticket numbers A-84893, B-72758, C-81453, D-51697 and E-85108. The 5th prize five Laptop Computers goes to ticket numbers A-34628, B-79450, C-78680, D-81014 and E-03978. The 6th prize five LCD TVs goes to ticket numbers A-57462, B-29319, C- 63971, D-98685 and E-73079. The 7th prize five Handicams won by ticket numbers A-92641, B-62714, C-54281, D-69805 and E-84429. The 8th prize five AC.75 were bagged by ticket numbers A-02087, B-57104, C-65057, D-52476 and E-68740. The 9th prize five Micro Wave Oven were bagged by ticket numbers A-53358, B-44798, C-84028, D-50598 and E-34593.
The 10th Prize, five Washing Machines goes to tickets Nos: A-97624, B-90865, C-23176, D-38755 and E-22681.
Accordingly 50 Cash prizes of Rs. 1,000 each goes to tickets with their last four digits 5228. Likewise 500 cash prizes of Rs. 500 goes to tickets having last three digits 986 and the 5000 cash prizes of Rs.200 goes to tickets having last two digits 24.
The Special Bumper Prize which includes one Tata Nano Car, Laptop, Refrigerator, Washing Machine, Sony Handicam CTV, Mobile Phone, Gas Stove and Dinner Set has been bagged by ticket No. D-44749.
The Mela was attended by a large number of people from all walks of life besides top ranks of JKP, lady members JKPWWA and civil administration officers. They showed great interest in the purchase of goods put for sale by the stall holders. Visitors enjoyed entertainments presented by various cultural groups. Children in colourful dresses had thronged the venue early in the morning and enjoyed and amusement.
Earlier talking to media persons, Khoda said that the receipts realized from the Mela are utilized for the welfare of families of police martyrs. He said that our aim is to promote academic excellence, augment facilities for education to cater the needs of the children and to add infrastructure for a wholesome and self contained educational atmosphere with all modern facilities. He further said that the organization has been providing facilities to the children for coaching in professional and competitive examinations.
Khoda thanked the people for their massive participation in the day long Mela. On the occasion, Adil Gani Wani student of 11th of Nowgam Srinagar, who won the Alto Car against raffle draw ticket No:A-62236 was handed over to him and also other several prizes were handed over to the prize winners on the spot, who were present in the raffle draw. The other prize winners have been advised to approach the AIG (Welfare) PHQ, along with original tickets to receive the prizes during office hours.
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