STATE TIMES NEWSNOWSHERA: A nation which remembers and acknowledges the contribution of its brave Veterans who toiled through challenging times and in hostile conditions, its future will always be in secure hands. Living up to theses traditions of maintaining contact with Veterans and Veer Naris, an interactive session was organised at Govt High School, Chak Jaralan. In an endeavor to forge closer ties with the veterans the development issues of the region was specially discussed. The platform was utilised and interaction between Ex-servicemen cell of the battalion and 130 x Veterans including Five Veer Naris from Kalal and adjoining villages was carried out.The meeting gave an informal platform to the veterans to share their experience related to development programmes. The attendees were informed regarding various welfare schemes launched by the Government for the benefit of ESMs including skill development for setting up small scale industries. The Army has been conducting such meets at regular intervals, which have been instrumental in resolving a large number of grievances and has gone a long way towards ameliorating the economic conditions of the veterans residing in the remote region.
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