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Saturday, March 17, 2012

A mixed day of many events

Saturday March 17, 2012: This evening I missed the dinner hosted by Honorary Consul of Ireland, Mahendra K Jalan, to celebrate St Patrick’s Day at The Oberoi Grand Ballroom, Kolkata. I also missed out on the presentation of a musical mono act Swami Vivekananda by Shekhar Sen at theScience City. This event was organised by the Press Club of Kolkata.
The very same evening, at another ballroom of Hotel Taj Bengal, there was a showcase of Paresh Maity's art which I, again, could not attend. It was with the Jaguar Land Rover held in association with Gallery Sanskriti.
The Press Club of Kolkata was kind enough to invite 250 Pronam members to watch the play as well.
We had yesterday organized a play “Notir Puja” at the Vidya Mandir auditorium. The play was directed by Mr Koushik Sen and performed by Ms Arpita Chatterjee, a film personality and a team member of our organization The Bengal. The play was presented by the theatre group called Swapnosondhani.
I, along with veteran footballer P K Bannerjee, Mr Chanchal Dutta, IPS Jt CP (Establishment) and Debasish Roy, IPS Addl CP (III), inaugurated the event by lighting the lamp (picture).
About six hundred Pronam members attended the programme. It was good that while the Pronam members from central Kolkata area could see this play while those from in and around the Science City area could enjoy the play by Shekhar Sen.
At our programme, Pronam member Mr Sankar Majhi, who was selected leader of Pronam from Parnashree police station area, was requested to share his experiences. Mr Majhi informed the audience that he was providing services to the Pronam members effectively just like the Liaison Officers of other Police Stations.
Mr Debasish Roy, IPS Addl CP (III), Kolkata, also encouraged Pronam members to adopt similar kind of pilot projects so that Pronam activities could be streamlined further.
To have local leaders selected from among the Pronam members would decrease the burden on the Police Force which is at present stretched for manpower as newer areas have been brought under its. We decided to a pilot project with Parnasree Police Station which was a success. Now we look forward to implementing the model in areas under other police stations.
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