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At Jakhar’s Panjkosi, the Haryana village cricket team wins a trophy

<p>The team from Kurar village in the Kaithal district of Haryana won the trophy and the Rs 3 lakh prize by defeating the team from Chathewala village in the Bathinda district in the final match of the 13th Surinder Jakhar Memorial Rural Cricket Tournament, which was held last night in Panjkosi village, 16 km from here. The match drew hundreds of sports fans. The competition included dozens of rural teams from Rajasthan, Haryana, and Punjab.</p>
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<p>The special guest, BJP state president Sunil Jakhar, presented awards to the winning and runner-up teams, who took home prizes totaling Rs 1.5 lakh. On this occasion, awards were also given to the top-performing players.</p>
<p>Sunil Jakhar praised the organizers and said that young strength is crucial to the development of a country. The government and social service organizations must work together to thwart any malicious schemes by foreign forces to lure young people into engaging in drug use and sales. It will be simpler to accomplish this aim if young people are involved in social, cultural, and athletic activities. The former MP said that a vigorous fight against narcotics is required, particularly in border regions.</p>
<p>The program’s organizer, MLA Sandeep Jakhar, said that the Jakhar Trust seeks to preserve the legacy of the late IFFCO chairman Surinder Jakhar and that every attempt should be made to prevent young drug use and to link them with social upliftment. He claimed that the Panjkosi Sports Society and Jakhar Trust frequently organized marathon races, volleyball, dancing, and fitness events in addition to cricket. On this occasion, Mayor Vimal Thatai was also in attendance.</p>

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