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NYPD’s Indian Officers’ Society organizes a fun-filled family picnic

Children and adults enjoyed different activities at Elley Pond Park, in Queens

New York: New York Police Department’s (NYPD) Indian Officers’ Society (IOS) organized a fun-filled family picnic at Elley Pond Park in the Queens area.

On this occasion, children and adults did a lot of fun activities and enjoyed the jumping castle. There were also good competitions in video games.

On this occasion, the Vice President of the Indian Officer Society, Hasan Syed, said that today was a very good event in which Hindus, Muslims and people of different communities enjoyed together, and such events should continue in the future.

Members and their families were served with a variety of food.

Deputy Inspector Adeel Rana, president of the New York Police Department’s Muslim Officer Society (MOS) was also present on the occasion.

The participants said that such activities are like a breath of fresh air for them. Due to their professional duties, they often cannot participate in such activities.

Members of the Indian Officers’ Society and their families who participated in the picnic had a fun-filled day at Elley Pond Park and thanked the officials for the excellent arrangements.

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