Bandipora Wu-Shu championship concludes
Srinagar, July 12: The two-day district Bandipora Wu-Shu championship concluded at SK stadium Bandipora on Monday.
In the event around 300 participants from different schools and clubs of the district participated.
Commander 81 Brigade, Brigadier Arun Puri was the chief guest on the occasion, Colonel Vinod Negi and General Secretary Wu-Shu Association of J&K, Kuldeep Handoo was the guest of honour.
On the occasion Brigadier Arun Puri congratulated Wushu Association for promoting Wushu in every nook and corner of the state and also the district Bandipora Association for organising the events in the district and assured all possible help for the promotion of Wushu in the near future.
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