Kashmir Indepth

GR Beigh Memorial Trust to adopt one more girl

Srinagar, July 13 : GR Beigh Memorial Trust will adopt an orphan girl and aims to organize a free medical camp in north-Kashmir’s Bandipora district next month.

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GR Beigh Memorial Trust Chairman Ishtiyaq Beigh told “a Pandith girl whose parents died in a road accident will be adopted by the trust, while adding that the have already adopted around 12 girls since last year.”

The trust according to Beigh will also hold a free medical camp at Shahpur in Gurez on August 4. “A live concert for the promotion of tourism will also be held at the venue,” Beigh said.

During the camp, a team of senior doctors will treat the patients. Besides it, the medicines will be given to the patients free of cost.

Chairman INTACH J&K Chapter, Mohd Saleem Beigh, former DG tourism J&K will be the chief guest, while Qazi Sarwar will be the Guest-of-Honour on the occasion.

Pertinent to mention here that GR Beigh Memorial Trust was established in 1996 in the memory of Late Khawja Ghulam Rasool Beigh, Ex. President Jammu & Kashmir Lowpaid Government Servants Federation.

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