1st Kashmir Solidarity Day Golf held in Islamabad

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LAHORE – The first Kashmir Solidarity Day Golf Match was held on the Bahria Golf Membership Islamabad on February 5-6 to show the dedication of {golfing} group with the liberty battle of courageous Kashmiri brethren in opposition to the unlawful Indian occupation. 

As many as 120 males, girls, and junior golfers participated on this occasion, symbolised their bodily manifestation of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s assertion; “Pakistani hearts beat with the hearts of their Kashmiri Brethren!” Credit score goes to Mrs. Sheharbano Hamdani for conceiving, organising and conducting this inspiring occasion in such a flawless method. Commenting on this Match, Dr Asma Afzal Shami, Chairperson of Women Golf PGF, congratulated Sherbano for her wonderful conduct of the match. She additional said: “I’d additionally like to understand the truth that, by appointing Munazza Shaheen because the chief referee, she has created historical past as that is the primary event on which a woman has acted because the chief referee of a golf match by which males have additionally participated. Bravo Sherbano have helped in shattering the proverbial glass ceiling!”

This match adopted an revolutionary type of play by which various kinds of groups had been shaped, i.e. Father-Son (by which the gamers hit alternate pictures), Novice {Couples}, Golfer-Nongolfer {Couples} (by which the nongolfer was restricted to placing solely) and a Junior Class.

MrFarred Buttar and Hamza gained 1st gross within the Father-Son class, whereas Mohammad Musa and Usama gained 1st internet. Amongst Novice {Couples}, Basic and Begum Salman gained 1st gross whereas Admiral and Begum Salim Akhtar gained 1st internet. Within the Golfer-Nongolfer {Couples} Class, Mrs Rabia and Col Zaka gained 1st gross whereas Mrs Qudsia and Col Altaf gained 1st internet. Within the Junior Class, Shahan and Zaina Zeeshan gained the first gross whereas Ali Musa and Amna Malik gained 1st internet.

Particular reward can also be because of Brig (Retd) Saeed Dar, Secretary Bahria Golf Membership, who rescheduled his membership’s {golfing} calendar to allow this match to start on the official Kashmir Day, i.e. fifth February. He and his workforce additionally should be recommended for his or her excellent administrative assist for guaranteeing the success of this noble initiative.

The highpoint of the prize distribution ceremony was the recitation of a poem on Kashmir, written and recited by the chief referee Munnaza Shaheen. This introduced tears to many of the eyes!

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