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  • Police-Public-Mela in Srinagar:
  • Raffle draw held results announced


SRINAGAR: Results of 1211 Raffle Draw Prizes of 26th Police Public Mela were announced at Bakshi Stadium here this evening. The draw was held in presence of large gathering of men, women and children. Small children drawn from the gathering picked the lucky numbers for prizes of different categories in presence of senior police officers, Chairperson, JKPWWA, Mrs. K. Vijaya Rajendra and lady members of Police Parivar.

The Bumper prize (Car MOBILIO Honda) was won by raffle draw ticket number (Series A-35316).­­­


The first prize (10 Cars AMAZE Honda) were won by ticket numbers A-73829, B-55741, C-91932, D-64953, E-41365, F-14627. G-07350, H-11941, I-62383 and J-82380.


2nd prize (10 Cars FIGO Ford) were bagged by ticket numbers A-33689, B-38724, C-64073, D-48812, E-28014, F-45073. G-13091, H-37790, I-47662 and J-34281.


The 3rd prize (10 Cars EON Hyundai) were won by ticket numbers A-58342, B-75821, C-41400, D-12692, E-23536, F-07488. G-54614, H-13778, I-77963 and J-85018.


 4th prize (10 Motor Cycles DREAN NEO Honda) won by A-35868, B-61661, C-64252, D-98536, E-17781, F-90564. G-67786, H-44154, I-36002 and J-91303.


 5th prize (10 Scooties ACTIVA Honda) went to ticket numbers A-88523, B-08280, C-66867, D-44141, E-23745, F-57023. G-63865, H-45010, I-35332 and J-82923.


The 6th prize (10 LED 32”) goes to ticket number


A-34626, B-61581, C-22835, D-48502, E-71301, F-51390. G-55713, H-93424, I-75503 and J-10041.


The 7th prize (10 Laptops) goes to ticket numbers


A-70892, B-05015, C-48657, D-90065, E-66309, F-63099. G-38665, H-55698, I-22510 and J-94410.


The 8th prize (10 AC 1.5 Ton) won by ticket numbers A-31762, B-90228, C-02551, D-52039, E-87582, F-40448. G-31082, H-72082,  I-01604 and J-82292.


The 9th prize (10 Tabs) were bagged by ticket numbers A-89595, B-34049, C-33049, D-03939, E-04051, F-49653. G-39654, H-86698, I-78669 and J-56483.


The 10th prize (10 Washing Machines) were bagged by ticket numbers A-34440, B-67874, C-56662, D-25652, E-58884,  F-14440. G-36562,  H-02028, I-02039 and J-65252.


The 11th Prize, (ten cash prizes of Rs.10,000/-) goes to tickets numbers of series having 5 digits 65652.


Accordingly 12th prize, (100 cash prizes of Rs.5000/-) goes to ticket numbers with their last four digits 1898.


Likewise 13th prize (1000 cash prizes of Rs.1,000/-) goes to tickets having last three digits 189.


During the day long Mela was attended by a large number of people from all walks of life, besides senior civil, police officers and lady members of Police Parivar. People showed great interest in the purchase of goods put for sale by the stall holders. Visitors enjoyed entertainment programmes presented by various cultural groups. Children in colourful dresses had thronged the venue early in the morning and enjoyed and amusement and magic show.


In the evening large number of people and children witnessed the raffle draw. They hailed the transparent procedure of draw adopted by the organizers. Chairperson PAWWA, Mrs. K. Vijaya Rajendra thanked the people for their massive participation in the day long Mela. The prize winners have been advised to approach the AIG (Welfare) PHQ, along with original tickets to receive the prizes during office hours at PHQ.


Among others, the draw function was attended by ADsGP, SP Vaid, Navin Aggerwal, VK Singh, SM Sahai, Dilbag Singh and L Mohanati, IsGP,  AK Choudhary, HK Lohia, Deepak Kumar, SJM Gillani, MS Salaria, SK Sharma, MA Khan, Jagjit Kumar, MA Ganai and JP Singh, DIsGP, Viplav Kumar, Alok Kumar, SA Mujtaba and GH Bhat, AIsGP Sheikh Junaid Mahmood, Rajeshwar Singh, Tahir Sajad, Kulbir Singh and SZ Azad and Mela Nodal Officer, Zubair Ahmed Khan, prominent citizens and other police officers.   

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SRINAGAR: Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, inaugurated the 26th Police-Public Welfare Mela, at Bakshi Stadium, here today. A large number of people from all walks of life attended the fair, which is held twice every year in the capital cities.  Minister for Revenue, Javaid Mustafa Mir, Minister for Rural Development, Abdul Haq Khan, Minister of State for PHE, I&FC and Forest, Abdul Majeed Padder, MP, Fayaz Ahmad Mir, Legislators, Khalil Bandh, Zahoor Ahmad Mir, Noor Mohammad and Ali Mohammad Dar, Chief Secretary, B. R. Sharma and Director General of Police, K. Rajendra Kumar, were present on the occasion.     


After inaugurating the mela, Mufti Sayeed paid floral tributes to the police martyrs who laid down their lives, while safeguarding the people and maintaining law-and-order in the state. The fair aims at generating resources for welfare of the families of the martyred personnel of J&K Police, in particular focusing upon free education and scholarship of their children.  The Chief Minister also went around a few of the colourful stalls and appreciated the quality of products on display from all the three regions of the state.        


As many as 35 stalls have been set up by Police Establishment Centres in the Mela, which has been organized by Jammu & Kashmir Police Wives Welfare Association (JKPWWA).  Besides the stalls, a game zone for entertainment of children has also been set up in the mela. The main attraction though remains the raffle draw in which prizes from luxury cars to laptops, washing machines and LCDs will be presented to the lucky winners.    


Also present were Chairperson, JKPWWA, Mrs. K. Vijaya Rajendra, ADGP Headquarters, S. P. Vaid, ADGP Armed, S. M. Sahai, ADGP Security, V. K. Singh, IGP, Kashmir Zone, SJM Gillani, IGP Crime, Muneer Khan, IGP Traffic, J. P. Singh, besides DIGs, SSPs and several other senior officers of the J&K Police Department.

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  • Governor and First Lady participate in the finale


SRINAGAR: The month long “Shirin-Saaz Te Awaaz” – a Kashmiri Group Singing Competition organized by the Delhi Public School (DPS) and D.P. Dhar Memorial Trust concluded here last evening.  The grand finale of this mega cultural event, held at the DPS Athwazan, Srinagar, ten teams from different schools of Kashmir Valley presented mesmerizing performances which kept the 6-7000 audience spellbound. N.N. Vohra and First Lady Mrs. Usha Vohra were guests of honor and Mr. Haseeb Drabu, Minister for Finance and Culture was a distinguished guest.


Lauding the efforts of the DPS management for promoting the local culture, the Governor said that events of this scale would provide a most welcome opportunity to the young boys and girls of the Valley to display their high potential in the arena of music and arts and also give them the confidence to perform in public programmes, adding to their personality development. He said that such events being organized by other educational institutions would go a long way in boosting the future of our children and showcasing their skills in extra-curricular activities.


The Governor complimented Mr. Vijay Dhar, Chairman DPS and D.P. Dhar Memorial Trust,  for his initiative to organize such a wonderful programme, involving the children of over 200 schools,  which is first of its kind in the Valley and provided an excellent opportunity to hundreds of school children to exhibit their talents. He said he has not seen such a wonderful event in the State earlier where young students, particularly the girls, performed with so much talent and enthusiasm.


The creative concept of the stage and for encouraging the development of the intrinsic potential of the children the Governor announced a contribution of rupees one and a half lakh. The Governor urged Mr. Drabu to consider providing suitable support for budding artists being provided appropriate opportunities for developing their talents. In this context he suggested that perhaps the J&K Tableau at the next Republic Day parade could be a presentation of our talented youth. He also urged the media to allocate special space for reflecting the achievements and encouraging the youth of the State. 


The First Lady presented awards to the first three winners of the finale, complimented them on their success and wished them a bright future. Drabu, who gave away the consolation prizes, lauded the initiative of the DPS for organizing such a wonderful event which, he said, will boost the morale of the budding youth. He said that suitable steps would be taken to encourage youth in the cultural arena.


Over 200 schools of the Valley participated in this mega event, out of which ten made to the final. The participants of the final include, DMPS, Pampore, Dream Land Educational Institute, Ganderbal, Govt. Boys High School, Pantha Chowk, Srinagar, Presentation Convent Higher Secondary School, Rajbagh, Govt. Girls Higher Secondary School Bandipora, Govt. High School Shadipora, Dr. AGM’s City School Nowgam, Srinagar, DPS, Budgam and Govt. Boys High School, Sadhoonara.


Govt. Boys High School, Sadhoonara was adjudged the best performer and awarded with trophy and first prize of Rs. 1 lakh, Govt. High School Shadipora won the second prize of Rs. 75,000/- and New Dream Land Educational Institute, Ganderbal stood third and won Rs. 50,000/-. Besides, consolation prizes of Rs. 50,000 were also distributed among the participants. The award money was sponsored by the Old World Culture of Delhi, Taxala Hospitalities, J&K, D.P. Dhar Memorial Trust, Ms. Kiran Dhar and State Education Ministry.