Pannun FM International: Tral Youth achieves Rare Feat

A youth, Umar Nisar, of South Kashmir’s Tral town, has developed an Internet Radio all by himself after working tirelessly for eight months. 

When a man aspires to do something there absolutely is no stopping to it. One such example is of a teenage youth of Tral town in South Kashmir, whose dedication and hard work gave him a rare feat. in his area, which for others might be impossible in a way.

Umar Nisar has developed an Online Radio system which can be heard in any part of the world. He attributes the need for this innovation to the unavailability of signals from privately run FM radio stations of Kashmir. He says, ‘another reason is that the kids who love to show their talent to the world hardly get any platform in our part of the world. This innovation of mine is open for them to take part in any way and the user would get to listen to this frequency anywhere they wish.’ 

Zahid Maqbool reports from Kashmir
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