‘Sports Council indifferent towards Carrom players’
Srinagar, Jan 7: The Valley based Carrom players have accused J&K State Sports Council of being indifferent towards the Carrom players of the Valley.
In a complaint filed against JKSSC, Sports Officer Kashmir, in Chief Minister’s grievance cell, the players have accused that the Sports Officer (K) is not registering carrom players.
“I have lodged complaint against J&K State Sports Council for not giving registration to our Carrom players. I lodged complaint on December 31 with no. 35750 but till now I have not received any reply,” said Adil Shah.
The complaint reads, “I have a grievance with the JK State Sports Council, that the sports officer (K) is not registering our carrom players. We don’t know why he is always giving lame excuses like nationals are going on, state championships are going on ,stadium are in security zones etc for it.”
He said that he is not able to understand why the concerned official is not registering Carrom players and allowing them to practice in any of the space owned by council.
“If other players are allowed to practice in Indoor Stadium and Bakshi Stadium why not our players. Carrom doesn’t need big space for practice and can be accommodated in very small area,” Adil said.
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