GHS Athoora organises road race
Baramulla, May 24: Govt Higher Secondary Athoora Baramulla organized its annual road race from main chowk Sangrama to school campus on Thursday.
The Principal of the Higher Secondary Tariq Ahmad flagged off the race. Abaas Ahmad Pandith of Class 12th, Farooq Najar of 11th, and Danish Muzamil from 9th Class bagged Ist ,2nd and 3rd positions respectively.
MLA Sangrama Syed Basharat Ahmad Bukhari was the chief guest and distributed the prizes among the winners.
Speaking on the occasion MLA announced 5 Lakh rupees for the development of sports infrastructure in Block Wagoora.
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