CRPF in militancy prone Pulwama district of south Kashmir Monday flagged off Bharat Darshan tour for a group of students within the age group of 14 to 18. The five day tour has been organized by CRPF 182 BN. Speaking at the event, Amit Kumar Singh, Commandant of the battalion said the tour will provide an opportunity to young boys to see rich heritage of the country. He informed that the five day trip would also give exposure of air and train journeys to these students. Parents of these students were also present at the flagging off ceremony. SSP Pulwama Tejinder Singh was also present at the occasion. SSP asked the students to take necessary notes of all the places they visit and once they return, it will help them to make out differences what is missing here that needs to be done. He told students about the importance of such study tours which inculcate national feelings and national integrity besides giving them exposure of Indian heritage and culture.
2015 Kashmir Despatch