Teenage girl from Srinagar wins gold medal at national Pencak Silat Championship
‘My goal is to reach the international level’
Srinagar, Dec 03 (KS): A teenage girl from Srinagar district has shinned in the national Pencak Silat Championship held in Bihar after bagging the gold medal.
Farhana Farooq Reshi (15) daughter of Farooq Ahmad Reshi resident of Brain Nishat at 11th National Pencak Silat Championship held at Patli Putra Stadium Patna Bihar
Farhana Farooq while talking to news agency—Kashmir Scroll (KS), said that she is very much happy over winning gold medal at the national level.
She claimed that she was interested in martial arts and want to represent India at International level.
“I am very much interested in martial arts and has been learning different art forms from last two years and started learning pencak silat for last six months.
“I have been learning different art forms at local indoor stadium where trainer is training several girls and I have been working hard to go to international level and win gold medal.
Her mother told KS that her daughter has been getting training at Indoor sports stadium Srinagar from last two years.
She said Farhana s very much interested in learning different art forms and has been practicing since last two years and her goal is to reach international level and bring laurels for Kashmir.
She requested that in this era every parent must support their children sports field as if child will be talented, he/she can make future in sports field. (KS)
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