Punjab Police honours kabaddi players
July 4, 2020 05:44 PM
Two national Kabaddi players from Punjab Police, who had played a major role in historic victory of Pakistan in Kabaddi World Cup 2020 final against India, were awarded cash prizes Saturday.
Patron Police Kabaddi Team DIG Faisal Rana handed over Rs150,000 cash prize each to both head coach of Pakistan Kabaddi Team ASI Tahir Waheed Jutt and veteran player constable Kaleem Ullah Jutt.
DIG Faisal Rana said that as per vision and direction of IG Punjab Shoaib Dastgir steps have been taken for the encouragement of players in police force along with the best supervision so that these players may remain active for enhancing prestige and respect of the department thorough extraordinary performance in competitions held at national and international level.
He said the department was proud of the brilliant performance of Punjab Police players in Kabaddi World Cup.
DIG Faisal Rana directed the players to continue practicing regularly with more spirit and hard work for next competitions and focus their full attention on securing better results. He added that, during service, sportsmen who get victories and successes are an asset for the department and for them, all available resources shall be utilized for provision of facilities to them.
ASI Tahir Waheed Jutt and constable Kaleem Ullah Jutt thanked IG Punjab and said they commit to continuing hard work filled with spirit and assured that they will utilize all their abilities and energies for brightening the name of Punjab Police.
On this occasion, AIG Logistics Athar Ismail was also present.