Sonoor – Minister for Agriculture, Ghulam Hassan Mir today said that sports activities imbibes self- discipline among players and sports lovers.
The Minister said this while speaking to sports lovers after witnessing the final match of Shai- Hamadan Cricket Tournament which was played between Chiian XI vs Sonoora students XI. The Match was won by Chian XI by 63 runs. 32 teams different areas of Beerwa participated in two months T-20 Cricket league tournament
The Minister said that there is dire need in popularising sports culture among youth so that the future of the state becomes strong and a healthy generation comes up to face challenges both in academics as well as extracurricular field.
Giving a resume of the steps initiated by present government in respect of sports sector, Mir said that a net work of playing fields and sports stadia are being constructed and existing ones are renovated for providing sports infrastructural facilities along with necessary equipments for the sports lovers of the state.
Impressing upon youth to take part in sports activities and also take benefit of the schemes launched by centre and state governments, the Minister said that the sports alone build the physique as well mental nourishment of an individual. He said that many more schemes are under way to provide all basic facilities at all district and Tehsil headquarters for the budding youth.
Referring the demands of the players regarding upgradation of playing field of the area, the Minister said that team of sports council are being sent here to take a view for its development.
Later the Minister distributed the trophies among the winner up and runner up teams besides he also distributed he trophies among man of the match and man of series players in the tournament.
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