Hazratbal cricketers hail Dr Farooq’s initiative
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, July 10: The Hazratbal based cricketers on Monday took out protest rally in the area demanding resumption of cricket activities in the Valley.
The cricketers took out rally with placards demanding resumption of cricket activities in Valley. The cricketers also hailed the timely move of JKCA president Dr Farooq Abdullah’s for taking initiative over the cricket activities .
“We are not bothered about internal politics of JKCA. We are only concerned about cricket and want resumption of activities as soon as possible,” Abid Pathan said.
About the formation of 12-member committee, he said, “It is the timely action by the JKCA President and we welcome it. Dr Farooq was in Valley only for three days and in such short time, he gave his due attention to cricket affairs which shows only he is bothered about welfare of cricketers in Valley”.
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