The first-ever boxing professional fight in Pakistan has been inaugurated by Governor Punjab Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar at Governor’s House Lahore. Federal and Provincial Ministers were present on the occasion.
According to details, the WBC Middle East title boxing was held at Governor’s House Lahore on Saturday under the supervision of British boxer Aamir Khan. On this occasion, the seating arrangement of guests was done in accordance with SOPs. All guests and players followed the precautions. Boxing Professional Fight was inaugurated by Governor Punjab Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar.
While on this occasion, Federal Minister for Railways Azam Khan Swati, Punjab Information Advisor Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan, Provincial Minister for Energy Dr Akhtar Malik, Provincial Minister for Housing Mian Mahmood-ul-Rasheed and other Federal and Provincial Ministers were present.
Talking to media on the occasion, Governor Punjab Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar said that boxing fans in Pakistan have got to see good professional fights and for the first time the professional fight has been held in Pakistan which is a victory of peace. All facilities including foolproof security have been provided to international players.
Governor Punjab said that Pakistan is a peaceful country and terrorism has ended. Salute to the Pakistani forces and police for establishing peace in Pakistan. Today people from all over the world are coming to Pakistan from various fields including sports. South African Cricket team is also coming to Pakistan which proves that Pakistan is a peaceful country. Governor Punjab expressed gratitude to boxer Aamir Khan for coming to Pakistan and promoting boxing. On this occasion, he said that there will be more boxing competitions in Pakistan in the coming days in which not only Pakistanis but also boxers from all over the world will participate.
Boxer Aamir Khan said that today’s event has lifted our spirits. Now boxing talent from all over the country including Punjab will come forward and Pakistani boxers will make their mark in the world.