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Rana felicitates Rajeshwar for bagging Gold Medal
1/10/2019 11:00:48 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Jan 10: National Conference Provincial President Mr Devender Singh Rana on Thursday lauded the remarkable achievement of Rajeshwar Singh of Nadore Panchayat in Nagrota Assembly Constituency for winning Gold Medal in Junior Category of the 4th South Asian Grappling Championship 2018-19 in the Weight Group of 77 kilograms , played at Indoor Stadium, Gomtu in Bhutan. "You have made all of us in Jammu and Kashmir in general and the Nagrota Constituency in particular proud by giving your best to the sport", Rana said while felicitating Rajeshwar Singh, who called on him here this afternoon. Rana hoped Rajeshwar to continue his winning spree and enter into senior category of the sport with much more confidence and vigour. He said the young sports person has set an example for youngsters to emulate by showing exemplary grit and determination, hoping that he will prove an inspiration for them. Rana also congratulated the parents of the young boy for the laurels he brought to the state.

He said the hard work of the boy and encouragement by his parents has made his dream come true. He said Jammu has traversed a long way over the years with its youth making big mark in every sphere of activity-art, sports, academics and culture.
He said the young boy's win is yet another feather in the saga of successes Jammu is credited with.
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