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IGP flags off tour of youth “Udaan”
KT NEWS SERVICE
UDHAMPUR, July 9: Inspector General of Police (IGP), CRPF Jammu Sector, G.J. Singh flagged off a tour of youth “Udaan” from the camp premises of 187 BN, Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Udhampur here today.

As many as 20 Girl students selected from different far flung schools of the district which include Govt. Higher Secondary School, Sudhmahadev and Govt. High School, Dudu- Kirchi along with escort have been sent for “Udaan”.

The IGP, Singh disclosed that the tour was arranged by 187 BN CRPF, Udhampur as a part of CPG Action Plan in order to broaden vision of students and inculcating in them knowledge and a spirit of nationalism. The students will also act as peace ambassadors of the state and acquaint themselves with the cultural and traditional ethos of other parts of the country, he added.

During a weeklong tour, these students shall be visited to different historical, cultural scenic spots and places of educational value at Delhi, Agra and Mathura for which elaborate arrangements have been made by CRPF Bns.

IGP has advised the student community to enhance their educational knowledge and to prove themselves good citizens of the country. He said that tours provide opportunity to get more knowledge about the cultural values of our country, for which we are proud. He said CRPF apart from its professional duties also fulfilling its social responsibilities.

Among others, Deputy Inspector General of Police CRPF North Jammu, S.S. Dogra, Deputy Inspector General of Police, Udhampur-Reasi range, Jagjit Kumar, Commandant 187 Bn CRPF, Udhampur, Manoj Kumar Sharma, Commandant 137 Bn CRPF, Udhampur, J. Mujamdar and other senior officers of CRPF and Civil Administration were present on the occasion.


News Updated at : Tuesday, July 10, 2012
 
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