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Deputy Commissioner, Avni Lavasa honored by dignitaries in Jammu on Saturday.

Excelsior Sports Correspondent
JAMMU, Aug 6: 98.3 Mirchi from Batra Group has organized a ‘girls football league’ to encourage the girls of Jammu to take up the game of football here today.
The 98.3 Mirchi has organized several events to bring new visibility to the city, so this monsoon, especially after the covid times, the Mirchi team organized the tournament to exhibit the encouragement and sportsmanship among the girls of Jammu.
The inaugural two-day league event was held at Birla Open Minds School, Channi Himmat, here. The event was held today with all the teams looking happy to welcome our main guest, Deputy Commissioner Jammu Avny Lavasa (IAS) to unveil the winner’s trophy.
RJ Chaitanya and RJ Rohit from Mirchi kicked off the event with a fun, highly interactive session with the audience. They introduced the team players from various schools as well as their captain to the main guest.
Deputy Commissioner Avni Lavasa interacted with all girls school teams and expressed her joy to see such efforts. She encouraged all the teams and also guided them on the importance of fitness in various sports. She talked about the “Beti Padhao, Beti Bacho” and “Khelo India” initiatives and how this League was a perfect fusion of the two.
The event was presented by BATRA Group and Pegasus Football Club, supported by Chander Bhaga Advertising Agency, Birla Open Minds School and ASCOMS Artemis Heart Center.
Beloved RJ of Jammu, Mirchi Shwetima, Programming Manager of 98.3 Mirchi, while sharing the initiatives, said, “Mirchi has always been keen to promote entertainment and happiness in the daily life of Jammuities, through radio as well as such events.
Sumit Kakkar, Group Leader, 98.3 Mirchi-Punjab-JK-HP also thanked everyone present.

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