KARGIL, NOVEMBER 11, 2021:1st UT Ladakh Taekwondo Championship which was organized by Ladakh Taekwondo Association (LTA) under the aegis of India Taekwondo concluded today at Indoor Stadium Kargil.
Colonel A K Shivkumar, General Manager National Highways and Infrastructure Development Corporation (NHIDCL) was the chief guest on the occasion.
Chief Planning Officer (CPO) Abdu Hadi, District Youth Services and Sports Officer (DYSSO) Kargil Muhammad HussainRehnuma, Project Director Kargil Renewable Energy Development Agency (KREDA) Kacho Ahmad Khan, President LTA Gulzar Hussain Munshi, General Secretary LTA Anayat Ali Shotopa, General Secretary District Olympic Association Syed Mehrajuddin Shah, executive body members of LTA, parents and players were present during the concluding ceremony.
On the occasion, Colonel AK Shivkumar congratulated the players and Executive Body of LTA for successfully conducting the sports event.He appreciated the players for their commitment towards the sports despite facing harsh climatic conditions in the region.
Colonel Shivkumar advised the sports players to play with same zeal and zest and covert passion into profession and assured them full support from their organization towards the up-gradation of their sporting skills.
CPO Abdul Hadi who also spoke on the occasion congratulated the players for participating in the event and said that the District Administration Kargil is fully committed to facilitate the players with modern facilities and infrastructure to upgrade their skills.
While hailing the achievements of players from Ladakh at various national and international platforms, President LTA Gulzar Hussain Munshi said that around 10 players from Ladakh have participated at various international level championships and more than 100 players have participated at national level platforms.He also said the gold medalist players from this championship will play at upcoming national level Taekwondo games.
Later, medals and mementoes were distributed among the the winners and the participants.
Pertinently, a total of 232 players comprising of different categories of various associations across Ladakh participated in the state level championship.