DIG North distributes sports kits in Baramulla
Srinagar, Jan 23: Deputy Inspector General of Police Rajesh Kumar distributed Cricket playing Kits among the best performing teams of North Kashmir Range.
DIG North Kashmir, Range Shri Rajesh Kumar in a prize distribution ceremony at Baramulla, distributed cricket kits among the cricket clubs who took part in 9th North Kashmir Sports Festival and emerged as best teams during the festival.
The teams which received the prizes include, City Kupwara, Sopore Sports, Guttyar-XI, BCC Bandipora, Khaitangan XI and FCC Khanpora Baramulla.
The prize distribution function was also attended by SSP Baramulla, Anand Jain, Addl. SP Baramulla Zubair Ahmad and other senior officers of the range.
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