One Million Cash Prize Announced For Arshad Nadeem
President Olympic Association Punjab, Muhammad Amir Jan, has announced a cash prize of Rs 1 million for Arshad Nadeem, a javelin thrower who stood fifth in the Tokyo Olympics.
Muhammad said that Arshad will be trained by the best coach in the world while all his expenses of training and diet will be borne by the Punjab Energy Department.
He further said that in the future the best players from all over Punjab would be included in the program through open advertisement. Under CSR, talented players would be included in the program every year. A program has been launched to promote all sports, including hockey, squash, boxing, cycling, javelin throwing, and the Olympics. The best players from this program will come out and represent the country at the national and international levels.
He concluded that the Department of Energy is working for the promotion of clean water supply, education, health, environment, and sports under CSR while the Department of Energy is under the Punjab Corporate Social Rules. Companies are running welfare schemes in various sectors from their profits.
Punjab Energy Minister Dr Akhtar Malik said that sports facilities across Punjab would be shifted to solar energy this year.
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