ISC organises cross-country run
Srinagar, June 11: Islamic Study Circle central office Balgarden organized a cross country run in which students from different Darasgah’s of district Srinagar participated.
The race was flagged off by zonal head Nisar Ahmad Kitaba from Dalgate and culminated at Nishat.
Muhammad Iqbal of Fateh Kadal got first place while Adil Farooq of Syed Ali Akbar,Fatehkadal got second place. Irfan Ayoub of Darasgah Islamia Batamaloo got third place while Adil Gulzar of Darasgah Huda and Amir Qadir of Madrasatul – Firdous, Batamaloo got fourth and fifth places respectively.
At the end, prize distribution function was held at Nishat in which prizes distributed among participants.
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