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Jamshedpur event – “An Evening in the Name of Jharkhand Police” program at XLRI on 25th November, Bollywood comedian Saurav Chakraborty will spread the magic of his art.

Jamshedpur: Bharat Singh, President of Bharat Singh Welfare Trust, is organizing an evening program in the name of Jharkhand Police at XLRI Auditorium Bistupur on 25th November from 5 pm onwards, in which the families of the martyred policemen of Jharkhand Police will be honoured. . Besides, those who are doing good work in Jharkhand Police will also be honoured. A press conference was organized by the Trust regarding the program. In this program, the country’s famous ghazal emperor Chandan Das will entertain people with his ghazals. Chandan Das has given many hit albums in Ghazal singing and has also been awarded many awards. Among his albums, Deewangi, Guzaarish, Tamanna, Ishq, Armaan etc. are prominent. Famous Bollywood comedian Saurav Chakraborty (real voice of Meetu Patlu and Ogi fame) will also spread the magic of his art in this program. (Also read below)

Bharat Singh, President of Bharat Singh Welfare Trust, said that such a program is being organized for the last several years in which many famous Bollywood film personalities have entertained the people of Jamshedpur with their art, including Kumar Sanu, Terence Lewis. , Saroj Khan, Raju Khan, Pankaj Udhas, Mahima Chaudhary, Vinod Rathod, Shabbir Kumar, Go Aziz, Anwar Hussain and Devashish Dasgupta etc. are prominent. Bharat Singh said that such programs will continue to be organized in future also to boost the morale of Jharkhand Police. In this press conference held on Tuesday, mainly Bharat Singh Welfare Trust Chairman Bharat Singh, patron of the organization Kamal Kishore Agarwal, Shakti Singh, Manoj Soni, SP Singh, Sajeev Mishra, Mohammad Sagir etc. were present.

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