J&K Police serves Iftaar and dinner to orphans
Jammu and Kashmir News
Srinagar July 10: Under the directions of IGP Kashmir Syed Javaid Mujtaba Gillani, Police Control Room Srinagar of J&K Police on Thursday organised Iftaar and dinner for orphans living in Rahat Manzil Bemina.
Imtiyaz Hussian, Sr. superintendent of Police (SSP) Police Control Room Kashmir, along with DySP Owaise Rashid (DySP PCR) and other officers of police had Iftar and dinner with the children and staff members of Rahat Manzil including Jenab Mohammad Iqbal Vice-Secretary of the orphanage. There are some 500 children of different age groups presently living in Rahat Manzil. Education, boarding and lodging is provided to the children by the management of the orphanage. IGP Kashmir Shri SJM Gillani said that he was very particular that orphans should feel being loved and not left over. Both society and orphans need to have sense of belongingness with one another.
“We arranged this get together to give a sense of belonging to these children and make them feel that they are part and parcel of the society”, SSP Imtiyaz said.
He said PCR Kashmir have been setting up Iftar points in different parts of the city since the beginning of the Ramazan where common people are served Iftari. Earlier Iftari was arranged for the patients and attendants of SMHS, Lal Ded, SKIMS Soura and other city hospitals. “But Iftar and dinner with childrens at Rahat Manzil was special one”, SSP said.
News and Pics sourced from-Police Media Centre Kashmir