Himachal CM bowled over by Kasargod student's song

Daijiworld Media Network - Kasargod (SP)

Kasargod, Oct 17: Himachal Pradesh chief minister, Jairam Thakur, has posted a song rendered by a fifth standard student of Kasargod on his Facebook page.

The song was sung by Harinanda, a student of Kendriya Vidyalaya-2 at Vidyanagar here as part of the 'Ek Bharat Shresht Bharat' campaign. The chief minister, apart from posting the song rendered by Harinanda, also has conveyed greetings on behalf of Himachal Pradesh, the abode of gods, for a bright future of Harinanda,

CM Jairam Thakur (left) and Harinanda

Harinada is the daughter of teacher couple from Kankol Payyannur, Jagadish and Rekha. Teacher of the Kendirya Vidyalaya, Deepika Thakur, had taught her the song, 'Amma Puchi'.


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  • Dinesh, Mangalore

    Sun, Oct 18 2020

    Himachal Pradesh chief minister, Jairam Thakur is the son-in-law of Karnataka. . His wife, Dr Sadhana Thakur from Shivamogga, was Sadhana Rao before her marriage.She did her MBBS from Govt. SMS Medical College in Jaipur

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  • Abdul kader,, Vidyanagar , KASARAGOD.

    Sun, Oct 18 2020

    Mr, kbr are you read this. Kasaragod is shining.

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  • Shankar Shetty, Oman

    Sat, Oct 17 2020

    Vaavh! For such a girl she has an amazingly melodious & sweet voice. God Bless the kid.
    (Link is available in CM's Facebook page)

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sat, Oct 17 2020

    This Song was from God's own Country ...

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