Srinagar 27 March: ADGP training Jammu and Kashmir provided a computer system to a Yateem Trust and distributed school uniform and other articles to its students under Civic Action Programme (CAP) in a simple function held at Lethpora.
The function was held at Commando Training Centre Lethpora in which ADGP trainings J&K Sh. Naveen Agarwal provided a computer system to Mohamadiya Yateem Trust Galander Pampore. He also distributed school uniform, Stationery items and lunch boxes to 22 students of the trust.
ADGP also inaugurated a volley ball tournament under civic action programme in which eight teams will be participating.
Later on he planted a Chinar sapling in the campus of the CTC Lethpora.
ADGP speaking on the occasion said that aim of organizing such programmes is to further police department’s pursuit to contribute to its social responsibilities and to provide thrust to uplift of Orphans, destitute and sports activities in youth of the state.
Sh. Mushtaq Ahmad Shah District Officer Youth Services and Sports Pulwama, Shri Mehmood Ahmad principal CTC Lethpora, Shri Bashir Ahmad Tameeli Principal STC Sheeri, Shri Haseeb-ur-Rehman Principal PTS Manigam, Shri Bashir Ahmad Mir DySP CTC Lehtpora were present on the occasion.
2015 Kashmir Despatch