DPS felicitates people associated with musical event


“Shirin -Saaz te Awaaz” brought back true Kashmir to us: Dhar

SRINAGAR: The Delhi Public School, Athwajan, Wednesday felicitated representatives of the Print and Electronic Media, police and all those who extended their support and cooperation throughout the musical programme “Shirin – Saaz te Awaaz” at the outdoor stadium of the school.

SHO Pantha Chowk Mohmmad Ayoub, Farooq Shah (Daily Kashmir Observer), Bashir Ahmad Bashir (Daily Srinagar Times) Rashid Makhdoomi (GK Communications Pvt. Ltd.), Abrar Zargar (Programme Head 92.7 Big FM), RJ Sameen Khan (92.7 Big FM) and Bilal Ahmad (B.S. Productions) were given mementoes at a glittering function organised by the school.

 said publicity incharge of the event Taranum Syed.

Welcoming the guests, Chairman D.P. Dhar Memorial Trust,Vijay Dhar, said that the event would’ve not been possible without the support of the teaching and the non-teaching staff of the school, and people and organisations outside the institution. “I extend my heartfelt gratitude to the last man involved who worked tirelessly to make this even as colourful as it turned out to be,” Dhar said. 

Principal DPS, Kusam Warikoo, in her emotional address appreciated the efforts of each member of the DPS family. “It was like a big wheel moving on and on with spokes, nuts falling in place showing the co-ordination and cooperation,” she said. 

Ms Warikoo extended her felicitations to Vijay Dhar for organising such a mega cultural event. “It looks like a dream and we’re happy it came true not only to our expectations but to all those who eventually became a part of it,” she said.

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