RUN FOR FUN HELD AT KULGAM
Srinagar, Oct 31: The Army’s 18 Rashtriya Rifles under Kilo Force organised Run for Fun for school children at Kuligam with the aim of promoting ecological and environmental awareness among the youth of lolab and ensuring physical fitness among participants.
The event was flagged off jointly by Sarpanches of Kuligam, Khurama, Cheepora and Maidanpora from Kuligam and covered a route of over 5 km passing through picturesque villages of Kuligam, Cheepora and Maidanpora of lolab valley and finally terminating at Shiv Mandir ground between Maidanpora and Krusan.
T Shirts and Caps for the run and the first twelve participants were presented Track Suits and a pair of running shoes. Refreshments were organised along the route and at the finish point for all participants. The event was organised by 18 Rashtriya Rifles under Kilo Force as part of Sadhbhavna initiative being under taken by the Army for the Awam of Kashmir.
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