IGP Jammu honours Jagmohan for representing Indian Team
JAMMU, May 30: Dr SD Singh Jamwal, Inspector General of Police, Jammu honoured Jagmohan for representing Indian Team for Physically Challenged Cricketers in the Indo-Afghan Friendship Series at International Cricket Stadium, Greater Noida, recently.
He was accompanied by Dr.Sunil Gupta, SSP Jammu, Rajesh Sharma, SO to IGP Jammu and Rajesh Gill, Chief Prosecuting Officer and Incharge of the J&K Physically Challenged Cricket team.
Jagmohan, who hails from Reasi District was selected in Indian team during a Coaching Cum Selection Camp, organized by Zonal Police Headquarters Jammu in collaboration with Physically Challenged Cricket Association of India at GGM Science College Hostel ground, here.
Top 28 cricketers from all over the country participated in the Camp, out of which 15 were selected for Indian team including Jagmohan from J&K.
The team was selected by the panel of selectors including Nitendra Singh, Director Cricket Operations PCCAI; Rajesh Dhar, Chairman Media Committee JKCA; Raj Kumar Bakshi, Cricket Coach University of Jammu and Rajesh Gill, former Ranji Trophy player.
It pertinent to mention that the Indian Physically Challenged Cricket team clinched the Series by (2-1) and the local boy Jagmohan performed well.
IGP assured Jagmohan of all support from the Police Department.