Bahadurabad, a town in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) is set to be renamed after Lahore Qalandars owner, Rana Fawad, following his endeavors to convey the round of cricket to the magnificent Kashmir.
The town is 100 kilometers far from the capital city of Muzaffarabad. The choice to rename the town was taken by Bahadurabad’s chieftain and individual from AJK assembly Rana Naseer Ahmad.
He has sent his proposal to the Speaker of AJK Assembly and he trusts it will be affirmed soon in light of the fact that he represents the community. Occupants of Azad Kashmir were head over heels in adoration with Pakistan Super League (PSL) establishment for bringing The Jazz Rising Stars cricket competition to Muzaffarabad, AJK, and it was obvious from the energy which was in plain view amid the competition.
Lahore Qalandars is one of the most prominent teams of PSL
Rana Naseer expressed gratitude toward Lahore Qalandars’ owner and the administration of Jazz Rising Stars competition for sorting out the occasion in Kashmir and allowing the nearby players to feature their ability.
Rana valued the endeavors of Lahore Qalandars to spread a message of peace by directing the competition in Kashmir. He was all acclaim for Jazz Lahore Qalandars for redesigning the stadium which was crushed by the sad earthquake of 2007.
Players from all parts of Pakistan, who were picked as of late in Jazz Rising Star talent hunt program, spoke to 8 distinct groups.
An aggregate of 6 matches were played at Muzaffarabad cricket stadium which were broadcasted live from Kashmir, interestingly the first time Pakistan’s history. The occasion was a colossal achievement and Kashmiris trust that more comparable occasions will take after.
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