Handwara Police Cricket League concludes
Handwara : The Handwara Police Cricket League-2020 concluded at Sports Ground Bakihakar, Handwara on Wednesday.
“I am glad to see that a very large number of people of Handwara participated in the successful conduct of this cricket tournament organized by Jammu and Kashmir Police, and especially the youth who are working for the peace and progress of the area.” This was, according to a police spokesperson, stated by the Director-General of Police J&K Dilbag Singh at the closing ceremony of Handwara Police Cricket League-2020.
The DGP presented trophies to the winner and runner up teams and other individual players and also distributed cash prizes to the Man of the Series and Man of the match and runner up and winner teams. The final match was played between Spartans Cricket Club Handwara and Brothers’ Eleven Ramhal in which Spartans Cricket Club emerged as winners of the tournament.
The tournament was being organised by Jammu and Kashmir Police under Civic Action Programme.
Accompanied by ADGP CID R. R. Swain and IGP Kashmir Vijay Kumar, the DGP was the chief guest on the closing ceremony of the tournament which was inaugurated by the Advisor to Governor J&K R. R. Bhatnagar and the DGP J&K on 3rd October, 2020.
According to a police spokesperson, presently sporting competitions are going on in Budgam, Ganderbal and Bandipora.
“Police Headquarters has chalked out a plan to create a Ķashmir Eleven which will be assisted to participate at national level as well,” the spokesman added.