Hyuenila from Amar Singh College Srinagar was one of the 300 participants at Patanjali Yogpeeth on Sunday who had come to replicate their performances of Republic Day parade at Rajpath. Students from 16 states of the country and seven ministries showcased their talent on stage here.
When the student Hyuenila was asked to express her experience in Haridwar and compare Jammu and Kashmir with the city of Uttarakhand she said,”Before coming to this state I never realised that other states are beautiful too as my Kashmir. Kashmir is the Crown of India and we would never wish that the crown is beheaded from our country.” Another student who performed on behalf of Jammu and Kashmir, Rupali Gupta said it was her dream to come to Uttarakhand especially the holy city Haridwar. Several such students from different states as far as Mizoram, Meghalaya, Assam and Punjab had come to Haridwar from where there will go for sightseeing in other neighbouring cities.
Speaking to The Pioneer, deputy director of Information, KS Chauhan said, “Performers from seven ministeries including defence ministry, KISI, ICCR, railway and others and 16 states have come. From here they would be going to Har ki Paidi and later attend Ganga Arti in Rishikesh.”
Presiding as the chief guest pro vice chancellor of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Mahavir Agarwal said that the talent show by performers left everyone impressed. They were filled with the spirit of patriotism.
Monday, 04 February 2019 | PNS | Haridwar
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