[Sports] All Gojal Rai Ghulamuddin Memorial Cricket Tournament starting in Karachi

PT Report

Karachi, March 8: Students Aid Society (SAS), a registered organization of the Karachi based people of Gulmit, has joined hands with Gojal Ismailia Students Association Karachi to pay tribute to Late. Rai Ghulamuddin, by organizing a cricket tournament in his name.

Speaking to Pamir Times, Chairman of the society, Ezat Ullah, said that Late. Rai Ghulamuddin spent his life serving the communities of Hunza – Nagar, Ghizar and Gilgit, by founding and leading educational organizations.

“He was always supportive of positive activities for the youth and through this competition we want to pay tribute to his vision and leadership”, Qasim Shah, general secretary of the Society said, while explaining the rational behind the tournament.

The All Gojal Cricket Tournament will commence on Sunday, the 11th of March. Around a dozen teams from different parts of Gojal Valley are expected to compete in the tournament.

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  1. My dear youth of SAS and GISAK,

    You have indeed paid off part of what we owed to this great leader of Hunza. I mean it when I say it, not because hailing from Gulmit-Hunza but because of your honest decision to pay a tribute to this dedicated soul who lives in prayers, thoughts and sweet memories of us all, who leaves behind a huge legacy, no matter what if he has ceased to be physically present among us.

    Just to share with you that a similar cricket tournament was arranged by Reshit Students Association in Islamabad too, today in the commemoration of the youth of Chipursan who lost their precious lives in the recent past.

    This positive and neutral approach of our youth/students whether it be on the mountain tops, in the capital or on the sea shore, signals a great strength to all of us and reflects their great contributions towards reinforcing our society’s beautiful and historical cultural norms in true sense.

    Hats off to you all – the future leaders of our great motherland.

    Best regards,

    Mehmood Hunzai

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