Baramulla Football Players return from CRPF organised Banglore Tour

Suhail Khan

Baramulla : Thirty two footballers from North Kashmir’s Baramulla are finally back home on Saturday after a 05-day exposure tour organised by the CRPF.

In their quest to enhance awareness among youngesters the rich cultural heritage and developmental activities in other parts of the country, the CRPF 53 Bn Baramulla had organised this tour.

During their 05 day tour, the footballers had visited places of tourist interest like museums, war memorials and places of historic significances. During the tour they got a chance to play with local football clubs in Banglore.

We are back home after an unforgettable Banglore trip, which was organised by CRPF 53 Bn Baramulla, we really felt confident of going there, and the whole tour was made a dream come true footballers after coming back from tour told Kashmir Despatch.
They said that CRPF 53 Bn organised tour was made so fantastic by giving us a chance to visit beautiful places in Banglore where we also met Governor of Karanata state.

Commandant of 53 Bn CRPF Vinay Kumar Tiwari said that the tour was a part of the ongoing initiative that the CRPF has undertaken to improve awareness levels of the students of Baramulla region.
He said the initiative elicited a positive response from the locals.