– Digital Baal Mela and Blue Street organised at Jawahar Art Center by UNICEF
Jaipur. Blue Street were organised at the Jawahar Art Center by Digital Baal Mela and UNICEF. On this occasion, Jaipur Police Commissioner Biju George Joseph wished the children on World Children’s Day and gave tips for success in life. He said that the child who works as hard as possible in school will have a good life. Therefore, he advised children to develop the habit of reading books and newspapers. He also said that children should pay attention to extracurricular activities because they are also essential for the future along with studies. The Police Commissioner said that these extracurricular activities help in setting goals for the future. Meanwhile, he motivated the children to have fun along with their studies and become good citizens of the country.
Meanwhile, former chairman of LISC Hemant Bhargav addressed the children, saying, “Children are the future of the country. They should participate in all kinds of activities to achieve their all-round development.” While UNICEF’s Rajasthan Chief Isabel Bardem and Ankush Singh launched the newsletter “The Inspire” prepared by the children. It should be noted that the theme of the program held under the ‘Equality Sensitive Rajasthan’ campaign in Blue Street was based on the four main pillars of the Child Rights Convention. Providing information about the program organised by Future Society, Jahnvi Sharma mentioned that celebrity chef Tejaswi Chandela and Muay Thai player Anushka Singh were also present at this event.
These were the activities, the children enjoyed
Carnival games were organised in Blue Street. It included Spin the Wheel, Coin Drop, Pick-a-Duck, Balloon Pop, Red of Clay, Pin the Tail, Candy Wheel, and the organisation of 100 cheats. On the other hand, various activities for children, along with their favourite snacks, were organised, including Paint Your Dreams, Canvas Graffiti, Live Band Performance, Drama, Body Paint, Cultural Fiesta, Ramp Walk, Rangoli Making, Painting Exhibition, and Share Your Success Story. Activities such as the program involved around a thousand children from various schools.