DIG CKR inaugurates Youth Club
Srinagar, Jan 7: Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Central Kashmir Range (CKR), Afad-ul-Mujtaba on Monday inaugurated a Youth Club at Kanitar, Sadderbal area here.
A police spokesman said the club was inaugurated in presence of SSP, Srinagar Aashiq Bukhari. He said the club is a part of civic action programme of J&K police.
He said the club will provide facilities like a gymnasium, indoor games, internet and library where students aiming for national level and state level competitive exams will get the requisite study material. “Besides, career counseling will also be provided to the youth, under direct supervision of the SP, Hazratbal, aided by the other IPS, KPS officers posted in the district,” the spokesman said.
The DIG while addressing the participants said that the community outreach initiative of J&K police will go a long way in ensuring the productive engagement of the youth for their individual as well as professional development.
“It will contribute in the progress of the society. Such community outreach centres will be opened at many other places in the range,” he said.
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