Well wishers, donors interact with Baitul Hilal children, attend Iftar

Srinagar: Several guests from cross section of society interacted with children at Baitul Hilal Srinagar and later had Iftar on common dastarkhwan (Dining Sheet).
Deputy Director DIQA, Kashmir University Showkat Shafi Masoodi during his maiden visit to BAITUL HILAL interacted with children. He suggested several positive measures for the overall personality development of children and betterment of JKYF’s administration. He assured his support to help the students in their education pursuits.
Senior IIS officer Gulam Abass, Editor Nigraan, Mukhtar Ahmad Wani, Journalists Arfat Nazir,Bilal Furqani,Iqra Akhoon,Shiekh Tajamul,M Abbas, Firdous Ahmad and various other guest visitors interacted with all the BAITUL HILAL children before Iftaar time.
Throughout the session, Showkat Shafi Masoodi urged children particularly 10th to 12th class students to focus on extensive studies and work hard while availing good available opportunities for achieving best careers in medicine, engineering, humanities, research, media, etc.
During the interaction session, all the children with different backgrounds and domicile in J&K happily and confidently expressed themselves freely and communicated their ideas about careers and aim in life. The children felt happy and had the privilege to talk one on one with the personalities having achieved best in their life. The sessions were positive, encouraging above all memorable experiences that brought cheers on the faces of children.
Earlier Eng Ajaz Khan ex chief engineer PDD and Mohammad Skindar field publicity department also interacted with the children during Iftar.
All visiting guests had Iftar with children at Common Dastarkhwaan (Dining Sheet).
Chairman J&K Yateem Foundation Mohammad Rafiq Lone, General secretary Mohammad Yaqoob Reshi,PE Baitul Hilal Bashir Ahmad Bhat,PE Press and PR Division Javaid Jawad, District Representative Srinagar M Iqbal Beigh and senior volunteer Mohammad Yousuf Bhat were also present on the occasion.
All the guests offered Maghrib (Evening) prayers led by 11th class students.

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