The 17th Annual Sindh Games were held from 19th to 22nd April. The Games were closed yesterday and Sindh Minister of Sport finally took action against the bad facilities.
During the high jump games, an athlete fell on his face, which led to the criticism from the authorities dealing with the event. View it yourself,
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In an interview with a media outlet, the minister told the National Coaching Center to supply the mattresses. Action has been taken against them and several officials have also been called to investigate.
Mohammed Bux Khan Mahar, the sports minister, acknowledged the shortcomings during the event and said they are working on it. He added:
We learned a lot from the event. To overcome such problems in the future, we create a running track in Hyderabad.
The minister was also questioned about the sprinklerless hockey ground. Recently, a hockey pitch with artificial blue turf has been built in Benazirabad, but the ingenious authorities have forgotten to put water sprinklers on the grass. The minister replied that the problem has been resolved and sprinklers have also been installed.
He added that a gym specifically designed for women was also built in Khatoon-e-Pakistan Government Degree College for Women.
The games were held in the Sindh & # 39; s capital when Karachi retained their title
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