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Sukhwinder Bindra distributes Sports Kits to students of Khalsa College for Women

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Ludhiana, March 2, 2021 (Yes Punjab News)
Under the “Youth of Punjab” campaign of the state government, Punjab Youth Development Board chairman Sukhwinder Singh Bindra today distributed sports kits to the sportspersons of Khalsa College for Women during a function held in the college premises, here.

While attending a function in the premises of Khalsa College for Women, Civil Lines, the Punjab Youth Development Board chairman said that in order to make the state sporting power house in the country by promoting sports in rural areas, Youth of Punjab campaign has been started by the board in which sports kits are being distributed to the youth of the state.

He said that the the mission is aimed to engage the youth of the state in the sports by channelizing the unbounded energy in the right direction. He said that these kits would play a pivotal role in the promotion of sports and other social activities in the rural areas.

He added the state government led by Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh is already leaving no stone unturned to ensure that Punjab emerges as a front runner state in the arena of sports and distribution of the kits would prove catalyst in bringing revolution in the sports at the grassroots level.

He said that sports kits would be provided to all the youth clubs of the state in the coming phases.

Chairman Sukhwinder Singh Bindra also lauded the industrialists for sponsoring the kits and said that they have laid the foundation of a great movement aimed at revival of the sports.

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