CRPF organise cricket tourney
Baramulla, Sep 5: The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), organised a cricket tournament at Degree College Baramulla on Monday.
The chief guest on the occasion was IG CRPF, Dr BN Ramesh.
Speaking on the occasion, the IG,said that the tournament which has been named as Ishafaqullah Cricket Tournament is being organised in north and South Kashmir simultaneously and the final match will be played between the successful teams of North and South. He said the aim of tournament is to find talented cricketers.
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