CRPF Bharat Darshan participants share experience

JAMMU: A group of 15 students, who were sent to Delhi-Mumbai for Bharat Darshan by Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), shared their experience on returning during flagging in ceremony held at Headquarters 38 Bn CRPF, here on Tuesday.

They talked about how they realised the beauty of the nation and told that they had not even dreamt to see these cities at this age.

Pertinent to mention that under Civic Action Programme (CAP) by CRPF, 15 students of Samba District of J&K were sent to Delhi-Mumbai for ‘Bharat Darshan' from January 14 to 20, 2019.

During this tour, besides entertainment, children were familiarised with art, culture, lifestyle, etc. of Delhi and Maharashtra.

Children said that in Delhi they saw tall buildings, Red Fort, India Gate, Parliament House, Rashtrapati Bhawan and other prominent places; in Mumbai they saw Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Kanheri Cave, Sidhivinayak Temple, Juhu Beach, Goregaon Filmcity, Gateway of India, Hotel Taj, RBI Museum, Haji Ali Dargah, Mount Mery Church, Bandra-Varli see link and various other prominent institutes.

Chief Guest of the flagging in ceremony, Shashi Prakash Singh, DIG CRPF, GC Bantalab congratulated the students and said that whatever they have seen and learnt during the tour would help in shaping their future and personality development.

While highlighting the importance of this programme organised under Civic Action Programme, he wished the children for their bright future.

Ram Kumar, Commandant 38 Bn CRPF briefed about the facilities provided by 38 Bn CRPF to the students for this tour and how the students have enriched themselves through this tour programe.

While relishing the memories of the tour, teachers who accompanied the tour including Vishal Kumar and Lokendra Vishavkarma, thanked CRPF for providing such opportunity to them and also urged Chief Guest to keep organising such programmes in the future also.

During the programme, A. Padma Kumar, Commandant 33 Bn. CRPF, Ashish Kumar Jha, Commadant 166 Bn. CRPF, K.L Dhiman, Second-In-Command, 76 Bn. CRPF, B.B Jakhmola, Second-In-Command, CRPF Jammu Range, K.D Verma, Vice Principal, Govt. Higher Secondary School, Smailpur, other staff members of the school and other officers and personnel of the Force were also present.

Karuna Rana Second-in-Command 38 Bn. CRPF presented a vote of thanks.


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