STATE TIMES NEWSJAMMU: National wrestlers Gani Lehriya from Punjab and Benia from Jammu mega bouts in Dangal organised by Choudhary Committee, Gujar Basti at Village Karnaley Chak in Mandal Block of Marh Constituency.In first main bout, Gani Lehriya beat wrestler Bhola from Delhi and Benia from Jammu outplayed Gopi Lehriya from Chandigarh in second main bout.Dozens of bouts were played during the day long Dangal in which wrestlers from different parts of the country took part.Former Minister, ex-MLA Marh and Chairman Panchayti Raj Cell BJP JKUT, Ch. Sukhnandan Kumar was the Chief Guest on the occasion , who distributed cash prizes among the winner and runner-up wrestlers in the presence of Guests of Honour, Ex MLC Vikram Randhawa and DDC Mandal Geetu Aulakh.Both winners were awarded Rs 85000 cash prize and while runner up wrestlers were awarded cash prize of Rs. 65000 each. The total cash prize for all the bouts was Rs.6 lakh.Former Minister said that sports plays an important role in psychological and social development and there is a dire need to provide appropriate platform to youth enabling them exhibit their sports talent.BJYM District Rural President Deepak Panday, Sarpanch Sonam Aulakh, Sarpanch Balbir Lal, Sarpanch Balbir Singh, Sarpanch Aslam Choudhary, Rafiq Choudhary and large number of people of the area also present on the occasion.
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