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Chairperson PWWA Dr Rubinder Kaur inaugurates JKPWWA Diwali Mela

Chairperson Police Wives Welfare Association (PWWA), Dr Rubinder Kaur inaugurated Diwali Mela at Police Pariwar Petrol Pump at Gandhi Nagar here today. Director General of Police J&K Shri Dilbag Singh also paid a visit to the venue and went to different stalls. He interacted with the PWWA members. At the inaugural ceremony, ADGP Armed Shri A.K. Choudhary, IGP Jammu Zone Shri Mukesh Singh, IGP Hqrs. Shri Garib Dass, DIG Jammu-Kathua Range Shri Vivek Gupta, SSP Jammu Shri Shridhar Patil, and other police officers were present.

Senior PWWA members Mrs. Sireesha Nivas, Mrs. Archana Choudhary, Mrs. Shabnam Mir, Mrs Smita Singh, Mrs. Suma Sinha, Dr Poonam Patil and other PWWA members were also present on the occasion. Dr Manu Bhatnagar also paid a visit to the venue and appreciated the efforts of J&K PWWA.

The aim of the Mela is to showcase the items produced by police welfare centres for sale. Police welfare centres are producing different items including hand made products which are put on sale to generate resources for the welfare of police martyr families. This year Police Welfare Centres of Jammu, Srinagar, Kathua, Poonch, Rajouri and Police Departmental Store, Jammu have put up their stalls.

Different items put up for sale by these Centres includes various types of scented and decorative candles like votive candles, pillar candles, rose-shaped, marigold-shaped and sunflower-shaped candles, various kinds of light lamps (diyas), readymade garments, woollen kurtis, embroidered bed sheets, sweaters, napkins, thal covers, sweet box covers, saree covers, shawl bags, tea cozies, table clothes (Dastarkhan), 28-piece runners set for dining table, woollen items like baby sweaters, shawls, woollen stoles, grinded spices, dry fruits, and other specialised items.

Mr Rajesh Sharma, Territorial Manager BPCL, J&K UT thanked the DGP and Chairperson J&K PWWA for their constant guidance and support for the last 15 years. On this occasion gifts were presented to the staff posted at the Petrol Pump.

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