Pakistan Int’l Super Kabaddi League in March next year: Rana Sarwar

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PESHAWAR, Nov 10 (APP): Pakistan International Super Kabbadi League will be organized in March next year, Secretary General Pakistan Kabaddi Federation Rana Muhammad Sarwar told APP here Thursday.
Rana Muhammad Sarwar, who is also General Secretary of the Asian Kabaddi Federation, disclosed that Pakistan Super Kabaddi League will be organized for the first time in the game history wherein more than 100 players from teams like Peshawar, Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad, Quetta will be organized at Jinnah Sports Complex Islamabad.
He said Pakistan Kabaddi Federation is sponsoring the event wherein
every players would be part of the event to be given Rs. 0.3 million as cash incentives.
He said players from other countries of the world would also be part of
the teams. He said they are working on a plan to have foreign players in the League.
Answering a question, he said, it was a shocking decision of not including Pakistan in the World Cup organized by India.
“I was approached by World Kabaddi Federation to shift the event to
Pakistan if it winning to host but we regretted because it needed huge amount for holding the World Cup in Pakistan,” Rana Sarwar added.
Rana Sarwar said that KP is full of Kabaddi talent and specially Bannu
is famous for Kabaddi players. He also lauded the role of Pir Barkat Shah, President KP Kabaddi Association who is dedicatedly working for the promotion of Kabaddi in the province.
He said in year-2017 the National Kabaddi Championship will be organized in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and now it is up to the KP Kabaddi Association to decide the venue either in Peshawar or out side Peshawar.