Pakistan Sports Writers Federation delegation meets Governor Sindh Tessori

Sports Nov, 23 2022
Pakistan Sports Writers Federation delegation meets Governor Sindh Tessori
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Karachi: A 22-member delegation of Pakistan Sports Writers Federation met Governor Sindh Kamran Khan Tesuri at Governor House. The role of sports journalist in the promotion of sports, the problems faced and other issues were discussed. On this occasion, Governor Sindh said that the promotion of sports in healthy activities is very inevitable, in this regard, sports journalists are playing an important role in the promotion of sports.

He further said that he is aware of the problems of journalists and will solve them soon.  He said that sports writers are performing important services in introducing Pakistani sports at the global level. The delegation told the Governor of Sindh that they have great expectations from the Governor of Sindh in solving the problems of journalists.

Published in The Daily National Courier, November, 24 2022

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