Rediff India Abroad
 Rediff India Abroad Home  |  All the sections

Search:



The Web

India Abroad




Newsletters
Sign up today!

Article Tools
Email this article
Top emailed links
Print this article
Contact the editors
Discuss this article
Home > News > PTI

President to visit last LoC village in Kashmir

November 26, 2005 00:06 IST

In yet another first for a head of state, President A P J Abdul Kalam would be visiting Urusa, the last village on the Line of Control, in north Kashmir during his two-day visit to the state beginning Saturday to assess the relief measures following the killer quake in October 2005.

During his visit, the President will interact with the people in Tangdhar, Uri and Urusa village. All these villages are located near the LoC, but Urusa is the last village dividing Jammu and Kashmir with Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir.

Urusa village was the worst affect village in the quake.

Kalam was the first President to visit Uri in 2004, which was followed by yet another first by interacting with soldiers at the world's highest battlefield -- Siachen.

Popularly known as people's President, Kalam will also visit a school damaged in the October 8 earthquake, interact with children and visit a civil hospital.

The President will also visit an orphanage at Srinagar and interact with school children there.

Before his return on November 27, Kalam will address the troops in Tangdhar annd also visit injured armymen at a hospital in Srinagar.



© Copyright 2005 PTI. All rights reserved. Republication or redistribution of PTI content, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited without the prior written consent.
Share your comments


 What do you think about the story?




Read what others have to say:


Number of User Comments: 1




Sub: PRESIDENT OF PEOPLES.

After reading this information,I was really feel proud about our president "Dr. Kalam Sahab".In my view this is the perfect thing to meet the people ...


Posted by Ravindra Singh Bohra




Disclaimer

Advertisement






Copyright 2005 Rediff.com India Limited. All Rights Reserved.