Chairperson PWWA initiates Diwali Mela -
Chairperson PWWA initiates Diwali Mela
Posted 25 Oct 2019 03:19 PM

Source: State News

Chairperson Police Wives Welfare Association (PWWA), Dr Rubinder Kaur initiated Diwali Mela at PWWA oil siphon at Gandhi Nagar, Jammu. DGP Dilbag Singh additionally visited the scene and went to various slows down. He communicated with the PWWA individuals. Police Welfare Centers of Jammu, Srinagar, Kathua and Police Departmental Store Jammu, detainment facilities Department have set up their slows down of various things being created in the Police Welfare Centers which included candles, dry organic products and so on.

The Mela has been sorted out in perspective on the pending Diwali celebration.

The point of the Mela is to grandstand the things created by police welfare communities available to be purchased. Police welfare focuses are creating various things including hand made items and are put marked down to produce assets for the welfare of police saint families. At the debut service Major General Sharad Kapur GoC 26 Infantry Division, IGP Jammu Mukesh Singh, IGP Armed Jammu, Danesh Rana, senior PWWA individuals Archana Choudhary, Shabnam Mir, Dr Jai Shree Tuti, Superintendent of Police Hospital Jammu, Dr Kriti Bushan Sharma, specialists of Police Hospital and cops were available. Police Welfare Center Jammu has set up various things including different sorts of scented and beautiful candles like votive candles, column candles, rose-molded, marigold-formed and sunflower-formed candles, different sorts of light lights (diyas), readymade articles of clothing, woolen kurties, chiken-work kurties, weaved bed sheets, sweaters, napkins, thal covers, book covers, sweet box covers, saree covers, shawl packs, tea warmers, table garments (Dastarkhan), 28-piece sprinters set for feasting table, woolen things like infant sweaters, shawls, woolen stoles and ethnic counterfeit adornments like jhumkes, neckband, globule mala, studs and bangle sets.

Police Welfare Center Srinagar, Police Welfare Center Kathua and Prison Department have additionally placed various types of slows down in this Diwali Mela.

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