ADGP Kashmir, DIG CKR distributed sports kits to wards of Police martyrs under Civic Action Programme
Srinagar, Mar 07, KDC: ADGP Kashmir accompanied by DIG Central Kashmir Range distributed sports kits to wards of Police martyrs under Civic Action Programme 2023 in summer capital Srinagar.
According to a statement received by news agency Kashmir Dot Com (KDC) today in a function held at Police Public School Bemina Srinagar, the wards of Police martyrs of District Srinagar, Budgam and Ganderbal as well as those from other districts of the valley residing in the hostel of Police Public School were given sports kits by the chief guest ADGP Vijaay Kumar who was accompanied by DIG CKR Srinagar Sujit Kumar.
The distributed items included Gym bags, Footballs and track suits which were given to all the wards individually. Apart from these items, common sports items which included Cricket Mat, Cricket Net, Cricket Kit, Volleyball kit and Badminton Kit were given to the school for use of all the martyrs residing in its hostel, it said adding that the recipients included 86 wards (up to class 12th) of police martyrs.
On the occasion, Principal PPS Srinagar Snighda Singh presented a bouquet to the chief guest. The Programme began by lighting candles in honour of martyred police personnel by the chief guest which was followed by distribution of gift items to these wards as well as their guardians who were present.
The program was organised by Range Police Hqrs Srinagar as part of the Civic Action Program (CAP) of J&K Police to reach out to the families of the martyrs. The aim of the programme was to extend sports facilities to the wards of Police Martyrs so that they can participate in various sports events and remain physically fit as well as mentally happy.
Vijay Kumar impressed upon these young minds that there is no shortcut to success and urged them to stay away from drugs and make a mark in life which will also bring solace to the martyr’s soul.
Sujit Kumar, DIG CKR expressed satisfaction that J&K Police remembers its martyrs and through these functions we express our care for their families. The function concluded with lunch which was served by RPHQ team to all the wards as well as their guardians who attended the function, the statement added. (KDC)