Bandipora: – In a bid to provide platform and explore the Singing/Dancing talents of the youth, District Police Bandipora organised a talent hunt programme “Choona Hai Aasman” at DPL Bandipora under the banner of civic action programme.
The 10 participants whose performance were adjudged excellent by the jury as Ist, 2nd and 3rd were awarded by the Police as cash Prize to the tune of Rs.1000, Rs 700 and Rs 500 respectively.
According to Police statement, youth from various parts of district Bandipora participated in the event.
The event was witnessed by Sh Mohammed Shabir SSP Bandipora, Sh Mohammed Yousif ASP Bandipora, Dy SP Hqr, Dy SP DAR and other civil and CRPF officers.
The youth of district Bandipora hailed the effort of Police by providing them such a platform to refine their talent and explore opportunity to express it at state level.
Speaking at the occasion SSP Bandipora said that Jammu and Kashmir Police is putting all its efforts to lend support/provide platform to the youth so that their hidden talent could be explored/ channelised in a right direction for the overall welfare and betterment of society.
It is pertinent to mention that the youth who get screened from this district level event shall participate subsequently at Range level and thereafter at Zonal level and then at State level.
Shri Mohd Yousif Addl SP Bandipora presented vote of thanks at the occasion; he also said that in upcoming months District Police Bandipora is planning to organise Debate, Essay Writing and Painting competition at Hr Secondary School and Degree college level under CAP with an aim to inculcate a spirit of competition among students.
“Choona Hai Aasman is musical talent hunt competition, a flagship talent hunt programme of J&K Police. It was started in 2010 with the view to provide a platform and direction to the untapped talent of the youth of the state.
The event has gained immense success and popularity among youth since its inception.
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