Remodelled Stadium to be opened in Bandipora on July 26
Bandipora, July 24: The Remodelled Sher-i-Kashmir-i-Kashmir Sports Stadium, Bandipora would be thrown open for public on July 26.
This was stated during a meeting of district level officers convened by District Development Commissioner, Bandipora, Manzoor Ahmad Lone in order to review the arrangements here today.
It was given out that the stadium has been reshaped on modern lines by the courtesy of Hindustan Construction Company, Kishan Ganga Hydroelectric Project at a cost of about Rs. 1.50 crore. The inauguration of the Stadium would be made by a friendly football match to be played between Srinagar XI and Bandipora XI on same day. Speaking on this occasion, the District Development Commissioner impressed upon the officers for having cooperation and coordination with each other so that adequate arrangements are ensured for making the inaugural function a success.
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