JAMMU, APR 29:
Gurjar Charitable Trust, an organization working for the empowerment and upliftment of the Gurjar community of the J&K state, has expressed it happiness over the success of three Gurjar community boys in qualifying the Indian Administrative Service Exam, the results of which were declared recently.
The members of the Trust in a extraordinary meeting,held under the chairman ship of Ch. Abdul Hamid , Chairman of the Trust, and president ship of Masud Choudhary , Patron-in-Chief ,to felicitate Choudhary Atal Gegi,from Vijaypur, Samba, Jammu for his success , expressed their happiness and satisfaction over the performance of Atal Gegi and other successful Gurjar boys of Jammu region in spite of many economical, educational and social problems being faced by the community in general.
Atal Choudhary, who was also accompanied by his parents and a large number of community members, was presented with memento by the Gurjar Desh Charitable Trust in recognition of his meritorious output bringing laurels for the community. The members of the Trust on the occasion, also extended their warm greetings to Amir Bashir of Mendhar and Mohd. Farooq of Riyasi, Udhampur, the two other Gurjars youth who have qualified for Indian Administrative Service. Those who were present on the occasion included Master Hashim Ali, Ch. Farooq Alam, Ch. Ali Hussain Hakla , Ch. Shoukat Paarvez, Ch. Bashir Ahmed Noon, Ch. Mohd. Yousaf Khepar, Ch. Shah Mohd. Advo., Ch. Bashir Khatana, Ch. Rafiq Kohli, Ch. Shoukat Javed ,Ahsan Ullah Chechi,Ch. Arshad Ali, Ch. Allah Rahim, Sajjad Majid Chechi and other community members.