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DGP declares open Wrestling competition
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JAMMU, Mar 18: Two days long J&K State Wrestling Championship organsied by J&K Wrestling Association began today at Bharangi Akhara Shalamar Jammu.

Dr S P Vaid, Director General of Police Jammu & Kashmir was the chief guest on the occasion of opening Ceremony of J&K State Wrestling Championship. Guest of Honour was. Dilbag Singh. Special Guests invited Ashok Khajuria MLC.

Those present on the occasion Ajay Vaid Secy J&K Wrestling Association. Dheera Singh, Raju Sharma, Vikas Gupta. The bouts were officiated by Jai Bharat, Kulvir Singh and Govind Singh.

Near about 150 wrestlers from all over districts : Kathua, Jammu, Udhampur, Kisthwar, Doda, Samba, Srinagar, Anantnag were participated in the championship.

Dr SP Vaid in his welcome speech says that playing Sports is very beneficial for us and it also helps in avoiding drugs. He also said that J&K Police is also promoting Sports and players who got medals in Nationals and state get a chance to serve in Police Department.

Ashok Khajuria also says that this Bhajrangi Akhara is very old Akhara in Jammu city from 1945 and give us many National and International Wrestlers. He appealed that more and more youngsters come forward in sports. Vote of thanks by Dushyant Sharma President J&K Wrestling Association

The details : Wrestlers reached Semi Final : 57 KG : Rahul Mehra, Ashwani Kumar, Anil Choudhary, Ashiq Hussain; 61 Kg : Kuldeep Singh, Rajinder Singh, Vicku Sharma, Paramveer Singh. 65 Kg : Anil Kumar, Amit Manhas, Irshat Mohammad, Bhushan Mehra. 70 Kg : Ajay Bharti, Sunny Sharma, Arif Khan, Rajinder Singh. 74 Kg : Muneer Hussain, Pawan Kumar , Arshad Ali, Ranjit Singh.


News Updated at : Saturday, March 18, 2017
 
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