Pandove bats for sporting ties between two States of Punjab
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Giving his thumbs-up to begin sporting ties between Indian and Pakistani States of Punjab, a proposal initiated by Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal on his return from Lahore in Pakistan, MP Pandove former Treasurer of BCCI, Senior National Selector, Chairman BCCI Specialised Academies and secretary Punjab Cricket Association, expressed his excitement.
He said that decision of Governments of both the States of Punjab for initiating "Punjab Cup" a bi-annual sports tournament comprising cricket, hockey, wrestling and tug-off-war would turn out to be a heartening event and will bind sports lovers on both sides of border. According to Pandove, the initiative will go a long way in benefiting the up and coming cricketers of both the States.
Adding more Pandove said that Punjab Cricket Association being the only body looking after and promoting the game of cricket in the State of Punjab would be thrilled to promote the proposal.
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