Shanti Yatra reaches Kupwara District; CEO Kupwara welcomes the Yatra receives the Peace Torch
Jammu Links News9/23/2023

KUPWARA: The annual Shanti Yatra which is organised to commemorate the forthcoming M K Gandhi's Birth Anniversary has reached Kupwara district today.

Chief Education Officer Kupwara, A.H Fani welcomed Shanti Yatra and received Peace Torch at Reshipora Langate, the boundary of Baramulla and Kupwara, from CEO Baramulla amid exchange of sweets and bouquets in an impressive ceremony.

Speaking on the occasion, the CEO Kupwara said that the Shanti yatra will spread the Gandhian philosophy of truth, non-violence, and love.

In Kupwara district, Shanti Yatra will Pass through different Educational Institutions of Zone Langate ,Handwara and Kupwara as per the already devised route plan. It will culminate at BHSS Unisoo on 25th September 2023 for onward journey to District Bandipora.

To commemorate the 154th Birthday of Mahatma Gandhi ,the school Education Department has organised Annual Shanti Yatra which will cover all the 10 Districts of Kashmir division and will culminate in Srinagar on 02 Oct 2023 .The said Yatra began from District Anantnag and reached District Kupwara today.

On the occasion, Dy. CEO Kupwara Manzoor Ahmad Bhat, ZEO Langate Naseer Ahmad Molvi , ZEPO Reyaz Ahmad ,DNO Cultural Education Wing Rayees Masroor, prominent persons and senior citizens, scores of students from govt and private schools wearing Gandhi Ji's attire were present.




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