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Special Moto track prepared in Ayub Park to attract youth.

RAWALPINDI -- Director General Army Heritage Foundation Ayub Park Brig. A(r) Gul Zaman Niazi Sunday said AHF has decided to arrange a Moto (motorcycle) race competition amongst youngster for which a special track has been prepared.

He said it is aimed at refraining youngsters from the menace of one-wheeling and drifting on roads.

He expressed these views while addressing journalists in his office. Director Sports and Security Lt. Col. A(r) Shahzad Mehmood, Head Marketing Executive Army Heritage Foundation Abdur Rehman and SDP Security Muhammad Akbar Abbas were also present on the occasion.

Zaman said that for the purpose to educate general public and youngster about the hazardous of one-wheeling and drifting, an awareness walk would be arranged soon in which people belonging to the different segments of society will take part.

The AHF has taken initiative to ensure maximum opportunities to the all segments of society specially to the youth, he added.

Following that policy, Army Heritage Foundation has been providing maximum facilities to the youth and they have been given special attention in this regard, he said.

He said the administration of Army Heritage Foundation had endeavored to attract youth towards healthy activities and games and playgrounds might be inhabited with the youth.

This could be possible only with the cooperation of general public and parents, he said.

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Publication:The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)
Date:Nov 9, 2015
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