Director General of Police, J&K, Dilbag Singh, flagged off Bharat Darshan tour of 52 students of different parts of the summer capital at district police lines (DPL) here.
The tour has been organised by district police Srinagar under Civic Action Program (CAP). "Interacting with students who belong to different parts of the Srinagar, the DGP wished them a happy and safe journey and advised them to avail the opportunity to enrich their knowledge by visiting historical places and also the modern marvels of India," police spokesperson said in a statement.
"The DGP advised the students to move out, meet people and see how much beautiful, diverse in fauna and flora and in culture our country is. He said that by these Bharat Darshan tours students can develop better understanding of the world at large and thus become a responsible citizen," he said.
The students will visit among other places Lal Qila, Qutub Minar, Lotus temple, Delhi Zoo, Delhi Museum, Parliament, Delhi Metro at Delhi and Taj Mahal at Agra. "Boarding and lodging, air travel facilities will be provided to the visiting students by district police Srinagar. The function was attended by DIG CKR VK Birdi, SSP Srinagar Imtiaz Ismail Parray, AIG Welfare PHQ Manoj Kumar Pandita, JKPS, all zonal SP's of the Srinagar, SP headquarters. Srinagar, SP Operations Srinagar, DySP Hqr. Srinagar, DySP DAR Srinagar and other officers of district police Srinagar.