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JAMMU: Apni Party General Secretary Vikram Malhotra has appealed for the promotion of Dogra culture and language.Malhotra was speaking at a prize distribution function organised by the DRS Entertainers on ‘Hidden Talent Contest and Couple Contest -2020’ at Zaira Bakers Shakuntla, Jammu.Invited as Chief Guest at the function, Apni Party General Secretary Malhotra emphasized upon the need for the promotion of Dogra art, culture and language.“It is the responsibility of the society to uphold the tradition of Dogra culture and teach their children about the rich heritage of Dogras in J&K from centuries,” Malhotra said. He lauded the role of Maharaja Hari Singh and other Dogra Rulers who strengthened the borders of the erstwhile State and sacrificed their lives for out safe and secure future. Later, Malhotra distributed prizes among the successful participants. Dogra Journalist Ashish Kohli, journalist was the special guest on the occasion and Parsi Queen also participated.Prominent Comedian also known as Duggar-Da-Beta i.e., Kuldeep Hans, Parsi Queen (renowned singer) will participate in the function which is scheduled to be held at 2:30 PM onwards and the programme will be hoisted by Anchor DK. The programme is organised and directed by Deepak Bamotra, whereas Rinika Bamotra and Sahiba Sharma also played an important role in the management of the programme.The Hidden Talent contest winner was IST Mehak Sodhi, 2nd Tejal Sharma, and 3rd Aliya Thappa. The couple contest winner was Shashi Neha Kalotra and Rajesh Arti Dogra came 2nd.
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