IGP releases Police Officer’s book
Islamabad (Anantnag), Nov 21: Inspector General of Police (IGP) Kashmir range S M Sahai on Wednesday released a book Khushbo–e-Kashmir written by a police officer.
The book release function was organized by Jammu and Kashmir Mehjoor foundation at Dak Banglow here in south Kashmir.
Khushbo–e-Kashmir is written by DSP Manoj Sheeri, incharge Police Media Cell Kashmir.
Sahai appreciated, DSP Manoj for managing to squeeze some time for his literary activities and termed it a commendable job.
He said that more people should follow the footsteps of Manoj and follow their passion whether it be for writing or any other constructive activity.
The IGP assured all possible help to Mehjoor foundation for literary and cultural pursuits. He said that police would continue to provide help and assistance in order to harvest the latent talents in literature, sports and other co-circular activities. Three research papers on Mehjoor were read on this occasion.
Another book, Shabi –Tanhai, a collection of Urdu poems, written by Dr Muhammad Shafi Ayaz was released by the Deputy Development Commissioner (DDC), Islamabad (Anantnag) Farooq Ahmad Shah.
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