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Cycling rally sparks excitement for ‘Khedan Watan Punjab Diyan 2022’

DC participates with his family in addition to heads of various departments

Balwinder Singh Dhaliwal

Kapurthala, 10th September 2022: Kapurthala administration has organized the first cycle rally to raise excitement for ‘Khedan Watan Punjab Diyan 2022’ which will start on 13th September from Guru Nanak Stadium in Kapurthala.

Deputy Commissioner Vishesh Sarangal and his family participated in the cycling rally, which was based on the theme of saving the environment and good health.

Leaving Kapurthala Red Cross office at 6am, the cycle rally passed through DC Chowk, Kanjili Road, Kanjili Wetland, Amritsar Chungi and ending at the Red Cross office.

The deputy commissioner informed that the district administration has organized this cycling rally as part of activities aimed at raising awareness of sports among the largest number of people at the district level from September 13 at the local Guru Nanak Stadium.

It is worth mentioning here that more than 5000 students and people of different age groups will participate in the district-level games which will be held from September 13 to 21.

The winners of these competitions will compete in state-level competitions. Previously, more than 7,000 players took part in the block-level competitions held from August 29 to September 6.

The Deputy Commissioner also announced that various sports activities such as cricket, badminton and volleyball have been worked out for the good health of government officials and employees.

At the cycling rally, Kapurthala Red Cross Chairman Dr Preet Kanwal said the activities were planned by the Red Cross to help aspiring players who also need to purchase sports equipment to that they bring back laurels to the State.

On this occasion, SDM Mr. Lal Biswas, Deputy Commissioner Upinderjit Kaur Brar, District Public Relations Officer Subeg Singh Dhanju, Superintendent Satbir Singh, Dr. Sandeep Bhola, Red Cross Secretary RC Birha and many employees participated.