Srinagar, Jul 20 (UNI) To strengthen the bond between different languages of the country, a seven-day national integration camp kicked off at border town of Uri in north Kashmir today.
The camp is to foster the spirit of national integration, Deputy Commissioner, Baramulla, Baseer Ahmad Khan who is also the chairman of the Nehru Yuva Kendra, said after inaugurating the camp.
He said this would also strengthen the patriotism and promote cultural oneness among different states besides the bonds of relation between different languages.
Organised by Nehru Yuva Kendra Baramulla of Union Ministry of Youth Services and Sports, the camp is attended by over 200 students of different districts of Jammu and Kashmir and seven states of the country including West Bengal, Punjab, Bangalore, Uttar Pradesh and others.
The Deputy Commissioner said holding such camps is a dire need of the time as these help in integrating the opinion of different people irrespective of their caste, creed or colour.
He said such camps go a long way in providing a conducive atmosphere and platform for generating sympathy for one another and shortening distances among the people of different states.
The Deputy Commissioner issued on the spot instructions to take these participants to different places for site seeing and colleges to interact with people of different thoughts and opinion.
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