Pakistani blind cricketers’ performance lauded


Karachi—The Vice-President of Sindh Olympic Association (SOA) and Deputy Commissioner Karachi South, Muhammad Saleem Rajput, has lauded the performance of Pakistan’s blind cricket team at international level.
He was talking to a delegation led by president of the World Blind Cricket Council and chairman of Pakistan Blind Cricket Council, Syed Sultan Shah, here.
The meeting was held in connection with the International White Cane Safety Day, says a statement on Friday.
Vice-Chairman of SOA, Asif Azeem, PBCC’s general manager Yousuf Haroon were also present on the occasion.
Rajput said that blind people are an important segment of the society and possess a lot of abilities.
Referring to performance of Pakistan’s blind cricketers at international level, he was of the view that with improved infrastructure they cane make further headway.
He was of the view that alongwith government institutions, the private sector should also provide due encouragement as well as sponsorship.
He called for concerted efforts to foster Pakistan’s soft image and trust in the realms of sports.
Rajput also lauded the efforts that are being made by the chairman of PBCC Syed Sultan Shah.—APP