Dy CM appreciates JKP for promoting local talent
‘Choona Hai Asmaan’ Concludes
Jammu, Apr 18: The grand finale of singing talent hunt ‘Choona Hai Asmaan’ organized by Jammu and Kashmir Police concluded at Police Auditorium, Gulshan Ground here yesterday evening.
Deputy Chief Minister, Tara Chand was the Chief Guest and Minister of State for Home Nasir Aslam Wani was the guest of honour. Bollywood star, Sanjay Suri and music director, Sakhawat Hussain Khan also attended the function as special guests.
On the occasion, the Deputy CM appreciated Jammu and Kashmir Police for its role in promoting cultural spirit in the State. He said that the department, besides its professional duties has been doing social work by organising cultural and sports events in different parts of the state.
“The organisation has been doing a commendable job by devoting time to boost budding talent of far-flung areas who did not get enough opportunities to perform. The platform provided by JKP would help the youngsters to shine at higher levels,” he said.
In his address, Nasir Aslam Wani said that the efforts of the organisation, besides honing the talent of the youth in different areas, have also helped to build an atmosphere of mutual trust among police and public.
The Director General of Police (DGP) Kuldeep Khoda, while detailing the activities, said that JKP, as a part of its social responsibility, has been organizing many events to inspire the youngsters towards sports and cultural activities.
He said the talent hunt was the first attempt of its nature by the Organization, which yielded encouraging public response at every level.
In junior category Nafeesa Bilal and Satinder Shanu bagged first and second position and Antra Dhar, Magic Star Institute shared the third prize. Band Orchestra “Waves”, Anjusha Sharma and Nusrat Amin were declared first, second and third respectively in the senior category. The winners were awarded with cash prizes and mementoes by the Chief Guest.
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