Sukhwinder Singh Bindra distributes sports kits among students

Sukhwinder Singh Bindra distributes sports kits among students

Sukhwinder Singh Bindra, Chairman, Punjab Youth Development Board, with students and faculty of the Government Institute of Textile Chemistry and Knitting Technology. Tribune photo

Ludhiana, November 24

Sukhwinder Singh Bindra, chairman, Punjab Youth Development Board, distributed sports kits among the students of Government Institute of Textile Chemistry and Knitting Technology, Rishi Nagar, today.

Bindra also interacted with the students. Principal Dr Kannu Sharma was also present on the occasion.

Bindra said the state government led by Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi and under the guidance of Sports and Youth Welfare Minister Pargat Singh was making all out efforts to promote sports among Punjabi youth.

“The state government is leaving no stone unturned to make Punjab the front runner in the sports arena under its mission ‘Tandrust Punjab’,” said Bindra.

He further said the Punjab Youth Development Board was fully committed for the betterment and development of the youth. — OC

Tribune Shorts


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