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Purvanchal's very first Cricket Bowling machine inaugurated at Megastar Maharishi Aazaad Stadium

Bhadohi, 11 March:

On the auspicious occasion of Mahashivratri, Military School Student, International Brand Ambassador of Sanskrit Sanskrit Mahanayak Maharishi Aazaad, has presented state-of-the-art bowling machines for national upliftment to rural players for the first time in Purvanchal, at the Suriyawan region's Megastar Maharishi Aazaad Stadium, which has the first bowling machine for Purvanchal. Megastar Maharishi Aazaad has provided world class equipment to the players at the stadium and has given an opportunity to the talent of the rural level to prove themselves at the national and international level by using state-of-the-art facilities.

Purvanchal's first state-of-the-art baling machine was inaugurated by Sports Committee President Sanjay Srivastava by cutting coconut amidst Vedic chanting and by local village head Girdhari Lal Yadav by cutting lace.

Honored with Sanskrit Ratna, Sanskrit Bhushan, Sanskrit Bharati, being the creator of classical works like Rashtraputra and Aham Brahmamsi, Kamini Dube, President of Aazaad Federation and Aazaad Sports Club, said that now players will not have to go to remote cities as much as in this club. Should also have modern facilities, all the facilities have been made available, which will benefit the players of many districts in the vicinity.

Sports Committee Chairman Sanjay Srivastava said with great pleasure and enthusiasm that this type of machine is the first machine in Purvanchal so far, which will help the players in modern batting.

Amar Singh, who brought the budding talents to the Aazaad Sports Club after finding them from village to village, said that our players are fortunate to have love and all-round support with Maharishi Aazaad Sir.

Dinesh Dada thanked Maharishi Aazaad and said that the installation of this state-of-the-art bowling machine is a matter of pride for the entire district, it is the Navnirman of this nation.

Hundreds of players and committee members were present on the occasion.

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