At Pampore, police host Iftar to mend ties with locals

At Pampore, police host Iftar to mend ties with locals

PAMPORE: In the south Kashmir town that has witnessed pitched battles with police, a public relations exercise was conducted on Tuesday in the form of an iftaar party organised at police station Pampore.
The function started with interaction of guests, followed by special prayers by the guests. It was attended by a number of prominent persons of Pampore: civil society members, media persons, members of traders’ association and of the transport minibus association Pampore.
Superintendent of Police Awantipora Shridhar Patil also attended the iftaar. “Hosting of iftaar party is one of the significant ways to pursue the path of brotherhood, peace and harmony in the Valley,” said Patil at the function.
He said that the secular nature of the people was evident from the representation of all sections of society, who expressed an earnest desire for brotherhood and peace in the area. Patil conveyed best wishes to all the people present and prayed to the almighty Allah to bestow them with unity, happiness and a feeling of brotherhood.
Deputy Superintendent of Police, Pampore, Aijaz Ahmad and Station House Officer, Pampore, Manzoor Ahmad Beigh thanked all the dignitaries for coming to the iftaar.
Present at the function were Commanding Officer 110 Battalion Kishore Kumar, 50 RR Col Ajith Kumar N, 50 RR Major Tushar, DO Khrew Waseem Gul, and other officers.

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