Renzu chairs Scouts & Guides function at Budgam
Srinagar, Dec 5: J&K Scouts & Guides organised a function at Oxford Educational Institute, Budgam which was attended by hundreds of participants.
On the occasion, Chief Commissioner J&K Scouts & Guides Khwaja Farooq Renzu Shah was the chief guest while as Deputy Commissioner Budgam Muhammad Akbar was the guest of honour.
While welcoming the Chief Guest and other dignitaries the Principal of Oxford Educational Institute and Syed Suja organizer of the event said People of the Budgam shall never forget the contribution of Renzu Shah which he made during his tenure as Deputy Commissioner of the District.
The speakers on this occasion pointed out that it was brave initiative of Renzu shah to suggest the name to the International Airport as Sheikh Ul Alam Intl Airport during his tenure as Deputy Commissioner Budgam.
On this occasion demonstration of martial art demonstration was presented by the Scouts and Guides which was full of experienced skill, the taekwondo fight and breaking of stones & brick by the youngsters was appreciated by one and all.
Later both Chief Commissioner JK Scouts and Guides Association Khwaja Renzu Shah and Deputy Commissioner Budgam Muhammad Akber Ganie distributed awards among the winning scouts.
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