Governor interacts with people in Darjeeling
Bengal governor Keshari Nath Tripathi has introduced "at home" programme in his residence. The governor yesterday introduced the initiative inside the Darjeeling Raj Bhavan where he met several people.
Officials from the local administration, cultural personalities and other prominent citizens attended the programme. The governor interacted with them and had talks on various local matters. Satish Chandra Tewary, additional chief secretary to the governor, was also present at the function along with the other officers.
The governor also visited the Library of Holy Angels School, Gandhi Road, at Darjeeling. Teachers, Students and nuns gave a hearty reception to the governor and greeted him with traditional 'Khada'. The children of the school also performed an unique dance to welcome the governor.
The Holy Angels School, a primary school for the under privileged students, was established in 1972. The school has 140 students at present. The library of the school contains more than 6000( six thousand) books mostly contributed by Inner Wheel Club, Darjeeling. Sister of St Josephs' contributes to the Holy Angels School from the surplus of the Bethany school of Darjeeling, which is a paid institution.