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MV International School celebrates Quit India Day
JAMMU, Aug 9: MV International School organized a guest lecture on the eve of ‘Quit India Day’.

The speaker of the lecture was Pooja Parihar who is presently working as Assistant Professor (History) in Government College for Women, Parade Jammu. In her lecture, Parihar discussed the history of Quit India Movement or Bharat Chodo Andolan, Civil Disobedience Movement and what are the results and significance of Quit India Day.

Quit India Day was truly a turning point in India’s Struggle for freedom. Father of the Nation, Gandhiji gave a call to mases and urged them to raise their voice against British and asked them to ‘Quit India’. Earlier, K.L.Dogra, Principal MVIS briefed the students to create awareness about the historic day in India’s struggle for Independence.Indu Kapoor, Administrator, MVIS closed the session with vote of thanks J&K Police recovers Rs 30 Lakhs from Rohingyas Aug 09, 2018 JAMMU: The Jammu and Kashmir Police has recovered a whopping amount of Rs 30 Lakhs in Jammu, from the illegally settled Rohingya families.

The Rohingya families settled in Channi Himmat and Rani Talab areas have been detained, but the actual person who brought such huge amount of money is allegedly absconding. The Police has said that it is looking into the matter, and will find out the source of the money. They have launched a manhunt for the culprits after seizing the cash. The incident has occurred when many Jammu-based politicians, NGOs and locals have been demanding deportation of Rohingyas from the state, especially Jammu district.

News Updated at : Friday, August 10, 2018
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