BCCI secretary Jay Shah tweeted footage from his assembly with the CM of Arunachal Pradesh.© Twitter
Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary Jay Shah on Friday stated that the BCCI will prolong help to all of the North-Jap states for a number of amenities together with capability constructing and cricketing infrastructure. “Humbled and honoured to go to each Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim. Assured all North-Jap states of @BCCI’s help to boost capability constructing, cricketing infrastructure, NCA coaches and technical employees, coaching methodologies & medical amenities. We’re on this collectively,” he tweeted.
Earlier on Tuesday, Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh Pema Khandu had stated that he had a “fruitful dialogue” on the promotion of cricket with Jay Shah and Union Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports activities Kiren Rijiju. Arunachal Pradesh Governor BD Mishra was additionally current in the course of the dialogue.
“Cricket is cherished very a lot in Arunachal. A pleasure to have Honorary Secretary @BCCI Shri @JayShah Ji in Arunachal. A fruitful dialogue as we speak on promotion of #Cricket initiated by Hon’ble Guv Brig (Dr) BD Mishra Ji in presence of Shri @KirenRijiju Ji & MP @DilipSaikia4Bjp Ji,” CM Khandu had tweeted.
On Monday, Rijiju had launched the Assam Rifles Public College (ARPS) in Shillong as a Khelo India Sports activities College. At current, 9 Sports activities Colleges have been accepted throughout the nation, out of which 5 are managed by Defence and Para-military forces.
Within the North-East area, Assam Rifles Public College had develop into the primary Sports activities College introduced below the Khelo India scheme.
“It’s a historic starting of a journey for the Assam Rifles Public College and this Khelo India sports activities centre will likely be nurturing younger girls and boys, who will, in the long term, carry medals from the Olympics,” Rijiju had stated in an announcement.
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