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Seminar on communal harmony, national integration held
1/18/2023 10:43:38 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Jan 18: 106th Seminar for the promotion of Communal Harmony and National Integration was held in the premises of Govt. Hr. Sec. School, Soulki Tehsil: Kalakote Distt. Rajouri (J&K UT) with callobration of school administration arranged by Sh Lekh Raj Raina a social activist of the area, organizer of Peace and Harmony R/o Village: Bajabain, Tehsil Beri Pattan, Distt. Rajouri under the chairmanship of J. Shafiq Ahmed Qureshi Vice Principal of the School as Chief Guest along with staff members of the school and 550 hundred youth of Boys & Girls of the school, prominent dignities, social worker of the area were also present in the seminar. 05 youth of the school on the stage spoke on the subject with their speeches, songs, poems stressed that peace & harmony is the only path for the promotion of Communal Harmony National Integration as the need of the house for the development and programs of the nation.
In the auguration of the Seminar National Flag Host by the Chief Guest with agarbathi & flowers present in front of the picture of Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhiji also National anthem was recited with sweet voice by the participant.
Organizer of the seminar Lekh Raj Raina in his welcome address thanks the school administration to arrange the seminar in their institution also thanks the dignitaries to participate in the seminar. Raina also recited a beautiful song for the promotion of communal harmony and also stressed that if we want to live in peace we should work for the promotion of communal harmony for unity and brotherhood for the integrity of the nation without caste, creed and colour.
Chief guest J. Shafiq Ahmed Qureshi thanks Lekh Raj Raina his dedication towards the upliftment of the society as well as youngster of this school for brotherhood and unity.
Participant were also awarded by the organizer of the seminar Lekh Raj Raina.
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