Raina meets JKFA officials
Srinagar, Sep 9: Delhi based Professor Makhan Lal Raina, senior member of J&K Football Association has met J&K Football Association (JKFA) officials at JKFA office Polo ground here on Thursday.
The Professor who is on a short visit to Valley met JKFA president, office bearers, other members and discussed various important matters related to promotion of football in J&K. He was apprised of all the football activities organised by JKFA at various district headquarters including Srinagar during current playing season, JKFA statement issued on Friday said.
As per the statement, the professor appreciated the work of the office bearers and members of the association as well as clubs. He has assured that JKFA will extend all possible support.
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