Pakistan wins Kabaddi matches against India, Iran

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APP70-07 FAISALABAD: January 07 - Group photo Kabaddi teams of India Punjab with Political Adviser to Punjab Chief Minister, Muhammad Akram Chaudhry during the 41st Commissioner National Kabaddi Championship at Iqbal Stadium. APP photo by Tasawar Abbas

FAISALABAD, Jan 7 (APP)::Pakistan won two Kabaddi matches 

against India and Iran at Iqbal Stadium here on Monday.
First match was played between Pakistan White and Iran
in which Pakistan team defeated Iranian team with 38-24 points.
In second match, Pakistan Green team beat Indian team and
won the match with 47-29 points.

Advisor to CM Punjab for Political Affairs Chaudhry
Muhammad Akram also witnessed the Kabaddi matches as a
chief guest and lauded the efforts of Divisional Commissioner
Faisalabad Asif Iqbal Chaudhry for organizing the 41st
National Kabaddi Championship and inviting Indian and
Iranian teams.
He said the government was taking steps to facilitate
players with international standards facilities so that
a healthy society could be developed, besides promoting
soft image of Pakistan at international level.
Later, he distributed cash prizes, trophies and medals
to Pakistani, Iranian and Indian teams.
Special Assistant to CM Punjab for Sports Malik Umar Farooq,
Divisional Commissioner Asif Iqbal Chaudhary, Deputy Commissioner
Sardar Saifullah Dogar, Regional Police Officer (RPO) Ghulam Mehmud
Dogar, City Police Officer (CPO) Ashfaq Ahmad Khan and Secretary
General Pakistan Kabaddi Federation Rana Muhammad Sarwar were
also present on the occasion.
The police had made tight security arrangements for Kabaddi
matches by deputing 2 Superintendents Police (SPs), 6 Deputy Superintendents Police (DSPs), 2 Inspectors, 14 Sub Inspectors (SIs), 83 Assistant Sub Inspectors (ASIs) and more than 600 Jawans besides reserving 16 teams of Elite Force, Dolphin Force and Quick Response Force to deal with any untoward situation.