Celebration of UT Foundation Day: Joint Director Information flags off IEC Van

Our department will highlight developmental facets of “Badalta Jammu & Kashmir”: JD

SRINAGAR, OCTOBER 28: The Joint Director Information, Kashmir Mohammad Aslam today flagged off Information, Education & Communication (IEC) Van to celebrate UT Foundation Day by creating awareness among the general public regarding the developmental progress and dynamic transformation of J&K during the last four years of Union Territory.
Deputy Director Information & PR, Bilal Ahmad Dar; Culture Officer, Burhan Hussain and other officers were present on the occasion.
Speaking on the occasion, JD stated that a team of officials will highlight progress of UT Administration in different areas which has transformed the lives of people. Besides, he said, they will also create awareness about the major beneficiary schemes being implemented by different departments.
He said that with the flag-off of IEC Van, the Information Department intends to educate general public about various achievements of UT Administration since the inception of Union Territory which saw new dawn of development, peace and progress.
Joint Director Information added that the department has orgainsed a series of programmes to celebrate UT Foundation Day through cultural events in the city during which prominent artists presented bouquet of theme based performances of Badalta Jammu and Kashmir.
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Cultural Unit Kashmir DIPR Organizes Nukkad Natak to Celebrate UT Foundation Day
SRINAGAR, OCTOBER 28 In continuation to the UT Foundation Day Celebrations on 31st October, the Cultural Unit Kashmir of the Department of Information and Public Relations (DIPR) organized a Nukkad Natak and Ladishah (traditional storytelling) at Polowiev Srinagar.
The theme of the Nukkad Natak was “Badalta Khilta Jammu Kashmir” (Changing and Blooming Jammu Kashmir). The performance highlighted the various developmental initiatives taken by the government in Jammu and Kashmir since the reorganisation of J&K as a UT, especially the record-making digitization of government services, reshaping of Srinagar city under Smart City Project and other important social schemes.
Artists from Tulkul Arts and Media collectively performed at the event which was witnessed by a large gathering.
The highlight of the evening was the Ladishah performance by Rayees Wathori.
Pertinent to mention that the Cultural Unit Kashmir of DIPR is organizing a series of events including Ladishahs, photo exhibitions, and other activities across the Union Territory in the coming days to create awareness about the developmental activities taking place in Jammu and Kashmir.
Through these activities, DIPR aims to showcase the transformations witnessed in development and other social sectors in J&K over the past few years.
Officers and officials of the Cultural Unit Kashmir were also present on the occasion.

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