JK Police lifts Christmas Gold Cup Sports
Develops Discipline, Helps Overall Growth: Feroz
Jammu,Jan 24: Minister of State for Information Technology,Science Technology and Youth Services and Sports, Feroz Ahmad Khan, today said that sports develops discipline besides ensuring a strong mind and body to the sportsperson which is pre requisite for creating a healthy and harmonious society.
The Minister said this after witnessing final match of 7th Christmas Gold Cup Football Tournament played at Mini Sports Stadium Parade this afternoon which was organized by Jammu and Kashmir Christian Welfare Association (JKCWA).
The Minister said that there is dire need for popularizing sports culture among youth so that future of the state becomes strong. “Only a healthy generation, both physically and mentally, can face the impending challenges of today’s globalized era”, he added.
As many as, 24 teams of Jammu division participated in the tournament and the J&K Police won the final match, defaeting Food and Supplies-XI by 2-0 goals..
Among others, Additional Director General of Police Armed, K Rajindra, DIG Armed, Jhoney Wiliam, DIG Police, Phansuk, President JKCWA, S. M. Gill, Presidents of Football Association and a large number of football lovers witnessed the match.
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