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J&K Police Flags Off Students for 24th Rashtra Katha Shivir in Rajkot, Gujarat

Srinagar, Dec 15: In a significant initiative, the Jammu and Kashmir Police in the Jammu district have flagged off a group of 47 students for the 24th Rashtra Katha Shivir in Rajkot, Gujarat.
The event is organized by the Zonal Police Headquarters (ZPHQ) Jammu under the Central Armed Police Forces (CAP).
The selected students, hailing from various districts of the Jammu Zone, are set to participate in the week-long Rashtra Katha Shivir at Village Pransla in Rajkot, Gujarat. The event is scheduled to take place from December 17th to December 24th, 2023.
The Rashtra Katha Shivir aims to provide a platform for students to enhance their understanding of national values, cultural heritage, and social responsibilities. This initiative by the J&K Police, in collaboration with CAP, underscores the commitment to nurturing the youth and promoting a sense of unity and patriotism among them.

The students, accompanied by officials from the Jammu and Kashmir Police, expressed enthusiasm and gratitude for the opportunity to participate in such an enriching program. The event promises to be a unique learning experience for the participants, fostering a sense of camaraderie and understanding among the youth from diverse backgrounds.
As the students embark on this educational journey, the J&K Police and CAP remain dedicated to fostering a sense of national pride and values among the future leaders of Jammu and Kashmir. The 24th Rashtra Katha Shivir in Rajkot is poised to be a stepping stone for these students in their quest for holistic development and a deeper connection with their cultural roots.

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