Hindi Kashmiri Sangam deputation meets Guv
Srinagar, Sep 11: A delegation of the Hindi Kashmiri Sangam met Governor, NN Vohra, at Raj Bhavan today and apprised him about activities of the organization.
The delegation comprised of Prof. Chaman Lal Sapru, President and Dr. Beena Budki, Secretary of the Association.
They informed the Governor about the ongoing eight-day Hindi Writers Camp jointly organized by the Central Hindi Directorate, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Higher Education, and the Hindi Kashmiri Sangam at Srinagar.
The Governor complimented Prof. Sapru and Dr. Budki for efforts being made by the Hindi Kashmiri Sangam for promotion of Hindi language and literature.
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