CM’s T-20 Tourney; JK women’s reaches finals

Srinagar
The semifinals of ongoing Chief Minister’s T-20 tournament for women were played on Sunday at Prade  Ground Jammu, Director General of police Dr S.P Vaid was the chief guest on the second semifinal which was played between Jammu Queens and Panjab birds.

The DGP while interacting with the players said it was a joy to watch the girls playing and excelling in different fields and added that participation is more important than winning. He wished good luck to the teams.

While speaking to the media the DGP said that youth particularly the women from the Jammu and Kashmir are bringing laurels to the state in the field of sport and also bypassing civil service examinations. It was an idea presented by Director General/Commandant General, Home Guards/Civil Defence & SDRF, J&K, Shri Dilbag Singh to bring women teams from across the county and organize the T-20 Cricket event in the state as our Chief Minister is also a woman. This was a good initiative, DGP said while answering the media persons regarding organizing the CM’s T-20 Premier for women.
Dr Vaid said that international players from Nepal and Bangladesh are playing in the tournament and added that it will help to improve the performance of the participating teams. He further said that Jammu and Kashmir police has been organizing a number of sports events for the youth of the state to enhance their talent.

Director General/Commandant General, Home Guards/Civil Defence & SDRF, J&K, Shri Dilbag Singh While speaking to the media on this occasion said that the tournament has been a great success and participating teams have tried to give their best. He said that the huge participation of the people particularity of the youth by watching matches of this event has been very encouraging.

He further added that the payers have been provided all the facilities available.

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