Inaugurates Tringa Progarmme at Army Goodwill School Keri
As part of various ongoing programmes on the eve of 70th Independence Day, today Army School at Keri in Rajouri organized impressive cultural programme followed by Tringa March by students and Teachers of the school. This Army School at Keri is being run by Indian Army as part of its Sadbhavana programmes for the state of Jammu & Kashmir. On this occasion BJP senior leader and MLC Vibodh Gupta was the chief guest. Giving details about various activities of the school Principal of the school Ms. Monika Sharma informed that this school is playing a very vital role in imparting quality education to the underprivileged Children of the border area. She said that school is laying special emphasis on various co curricular activities including sports. At the same time school is ensuring the young minds are provided with right historic education about the sacrifices made by our freedom fighters. She further added that this is the main motive behind organizing such programmes as a run up to Independence Day.
Addressing the students and teachers Vibodh said that since every Indian is proudly celebrating Independence day and he feels more proud to see these poor kids in the borders of Rajouri holding tricolours in their hands. He called upon the school children that they should always be proud that they have taken birth in independent India. This independence is because of the huge sacrifices made by the visionary freedom fighters of India. He asked the school children to seriously learn about the history of Indian Independence which is included in their text books. At the same time Vibodh appreciated the role of Indian Army in running a prestigious Sadbhavana project in the state of Jammu & Kashmir. This he said has further strengthened the emotional bond between Indian army and local people specially those living on the borders. He said that the people of Jammu and Kashmir will never forget this kind gesture of Indian Army who besides all odds in J&K also ensured that civilian population of the state is given all possible help at all times. On this occasion MLC Vibodh called upon everyone to further strengthen the hands of Indian Army in running such noble missions in the borders of India. He informed that the most beneficial people of such projects are the poor and marginalized communities of the state. He also appreciated the school principal and staff for organizing such a wonderful programme. Latter MLC Vibodh also flaged off a Tringa March in which all the school students and teachers participated.