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Introducing programs commemorating Dahe-ye-Fajr (the 10 Days of Dawn)

Introducing programs commemorating Dahe-ye-Fajr (the 10 Days of Dawn)
Mr. Mohammadyar Daftari emphasized the necessity of workmen’s cooperation, involvement and sympathy during the 10 Days of Dawn (Dahe-ye-Fajr)

According to JPC public relations, Mr. Mohammadyar Daftari, one of BD members and the Chief of Human Force Committee, said that in celebrating the 35th anniversary of Islamic revolution all workmen’s cooperation, involvement and sympathy is necessary.

He pointed out that JPC Human Force Committee is going to have an active participation, with the cooperation of Cultural, Sports, and Welfare Committee, Public Relations Management, Bureaucratic Services, the Basij Resistance Force and other systems, in the cultural programs of this great celebration.

Mr. Daftari named some special JPC programs for these 10 Days including forming Dahe-ye-Fajr group and performing programs and doing activities, providing appropriate atmosphere for propaganda throughout the Complex and Persian Gulf town.

The Chief of JPC Human Force Committee added: concurrent with the 35th anniversary of Islamic revolution and the 5th anniversary of JPC founding, celebratory days are on February 6-7, 2014. The venue of celebration in the hall of the special region and all JPC staff and their families are invited to this great celebration.

He also mentioned other special programs in this celebration including holding book fair, sport competitions for the staff and their families, family walking at the night of 22nd of Bahman, and fireworks in Persian Gulf town.

Having thanked all people who are active in cultural activities of Jam Petrochemical Company, he emphasized that in line with all people in the society, all JPC personnel are going to participate in the special programs of these 10 Days including the special parade on 22nd of Bahman.


Feb 8, 2014 08:32
Jam Petrochemical Complex public relations |
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