Army adopts Hajin martial Arts institute

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Hajin:  Army has adopted the Shah-I-Wali Club in Hajin Sonawari by providing the students martial arts kit and other items required for the training. The event  was organised at Hajin in the presence of local prominent guests and government officials who applauded the initiative taken by Army to motivate the youth to take part in martial arts, which will not only help in the physical  but also in mental development. 

The locals present  also mentioned that this will help the youth to stay away from the vices of the society especially  drug abuse and guide the youth towards more constructive activities of self discipline which is the basis of any form of martial arts. The government officials also mentioned that this facility will provide a platform for the youth to take part in championships that will provide them exposure.  The martial Arts students will also participate in state and national championships, said an army spokesperson present during the event.

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