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KATRA: 23rd Shiv Khori Kesari annual Vishal Dangal was held at Government High School Ransoo, base camp of holy Shrine on the eve of Maha Shivratri.The Dangal which is locally knows as Chinj was organized by J&K Indian Style Wrestling Association in collaboration with J&K Tourism Department, Shri Shiv Khori Shrine Board Ransoo (Reasi), Shiv Khori Dangal Committee and District administration Reasi under the overall supervision of President J&K Indian Style wrestling Association Shiv Kumar Sharma and DDC Member, Sarpanch Kewal Krishan Sharma and Bhagwan Singh (Sarpanch).Former Minister of State for finance and planning, Ajay Nanda was the chief guest on the occasion former Joint secretary J&K State sports Council, who is also Vice President Indian Style Wrestling Association of India presided over the function. DDC Chairman Saraf Singh Nag was the Guest of Honour, DDC Member Kewal Krishan Sharma and BDC Chairman Ashok Singh were the Special Guests.Sarpanch Vijay Kumar, Jeet Singh SHO, Inspector CRPF Tej Paul Singh, Mandal President BJP, Pouni Shamsher Singh, Sarpanch Bhagwan Singh, Naresh Kumar (Pappu lakri) Lochan Singh, were the prominent persons present on the occasion. Shiv Kumar Sharma thanked Naseem Javed Choudhery Director Tourism Jammu for granting financial assistance of Rs.1,00,000 and Indu Kanwal Chib, Deputy Commissioner Reasi who is also vice chairman Shiv khori Shrine Board Ransoo for granting financial assistance of Rs. 50,000 for conduct of Vishal Dangal.Shiv Kumar Sharma said Dangal keep away from many bad habits like drug addiction and inculcate principles of self discipline in them.42 bouts were played during the Dangal in which local wrestlers and wrestlers from Haryana, Delhi, participated.Wrestler Nisar Ahmed from Doda of J&K Police declared winner of 23rd Shiv Khoiri Kesari Dangal and he was cash awarded with Rs. 12,000 along with traditional Silver “Gurj and Patta” while runner-up wrestler Navdeep of Chand Roop Akhara Delhi got Rs. 9,000.Second main bout was won by Ajay Sharma of Udhampur who defeated Keshav of Chand Roop Akhara Delhi. Ajay was cash awarded with Rs, 7,000 while runner-up wrestler Keshav got Rs. 6,000. Third bout was won by Sunil of Delhi who defeated Muneer of Nagrota. Sunil was cash awarded with Rs. 6,000 while runner-up Muneer got Rs. 5,000. 4th Main bout was won by Surjit of Reasi who defeated Varinder of Panipat. Winner Surjit was cash awarded with Rs 6,000 while runner -up Varinder got Rs. 4,000.Rashid of Jammu defeated Bablu of Basantgarh, Salman of Udhampur defeated Laikat Ali of Bajarangi Akhara, two women bouts were also played, Arfana of ITI Reasi defeated Sonika of Government High School Pouni and Rajni of Bhambla defeated Zaida of Pouni.Speaking on the occasion, Ajay Nanda emphasized the need of inculcating the spirit of sportsmanship and its role in National character building.Saraf Singh Nag said the event has become cemetery force between people of different regions and provides encouragement to the local Wrestlers.Members and technical officials who helped for conduct of this dangal included Kewal Krishan Sharma, Sarpanch Vijay Kumar, Sarpanch Bhagwan Singh, Pawan Kholi, Shamsher Singh, Paul Chand, Swarn Singh, Romesh Chander Kohli, Sansar Chand, Madan lal, Chain Kumar, Kartar Singh, Kapoor Singh, Sat Paul Singh, Ashok Kumar, tilak Raj, Kohli, Dr. Chaman Lal Sharma, Romesh Chander Sharma, Robin Banathia, Sanjeev Sharma, Om Parkash Verma, Lochan Singh, Deepak Wazir, Deeraj Kumar and Murli Dhar (Munna).
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