IGP expressed his profound happiness over the organization of the programme and conveyed his appreciation for the young organizers mostly from the secondary school classes.
Inspector General of Police Kashmir Zone AG Mir Saturday inauguratedTaqdeer-e- Kashmir, the event aiming to benefit flood victims and for felicitation of the young people who rescued flood hit people last September.
Speaking on the occasion the IGP expressed his profound happiness over the organization of the programme and conveyed his appreciation for the young organizers mostly from the secondary school classes.
“We should feel elated the way these young shoulders have come together with a unique spirit and enthusiasm to facilitate their fellow youth who have saved hundreds of marooned people in the worst ever floods of last September,” Mir said.
“During his speech, the IGP while referring to the famous ‘Hare and Turtle’ management anecdote, advised the audience mainly youth to identify their core competencies, work as a team; and harness their talents as well as the talents of other team members, to succeed in their lives,” the police handout said.While referring to the menace of drug abuse, the IGP made the students take a pledge that they will never use drugs. “We cannot effort to loss our next generation to drugs while we have lost one due to the militancy.”
This two day event is being organized by the Secondary Students of Biscoe, Mallinson, Burn Hall, Convent, SP Hr Sec and Hr Sec School KothiBagh. “Tomorrow, the programme will be held at Kashmir University,” the police handout added.