First national police games being held

First national police games being held

LAHORE:Director General Pakistan Police sports board Additional IG training and recruitment Tariq Masood Yaseen has said that patronage of games and promotion of healthy activities, first national police games in Pakistan is being held in the end of this year.

He said this while addressing a police sports vision 2018 announcement meeting in which former IG Punjab Shoukat Jawed, Ch. Muhammad Yaqoob and Additional IG Syed Muhammad Abid Qadri were present.

He further said that awards dedicated to names of police martyrs will be available for best performance and gulf between public and police will be proved helpful with promotion of sports activities.

He said that new teams shall be constituted with the help of old national and international olympions, champions and heroes of past of Punjab police department and high brass police officers shall be appointed as patron for the supervision of different games.

In the session, Tariq Masood Yaseen has said that projects of sports complex and sports academy are being launched for provision adequate facilities of players so that a needed atmosphere of training of players may be provided.

Tariq Masood said that sports has been made compulsory subject for the training syllabus while work on present policies of holding competition among other police forces of the provinces being made quicker and better.

Additional IG (R) Syed Muhammad Abid Qadri has suggested that one month practice of players participating in various national competition at training camps should be made compulsory.

In the session, other participants also floated their own suggestions for betterment of police teams.

DG Police sports board Tariq Masood Yaseen has said that coordination with local sports associations by colossal strategies for reducing scarcity of infrastructure will be enhanced.

AIG training Maroof Safdar Wahla with other national and international heroes of police sports, coaches, managers and other prominent of players were present in the session.APP

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