Jammu: The prestigious B.N Mullik All India Police Football Championship is being hosted by J&K Police from February 1, 2018. In this regard, Director General of Police (DGP), Dr. S.P Vaid Monday discussed the arrangements in place for the tournament, at a high level meeting of police officers at PHQ here.
Discussing the arrangements for the national event, DGP directed the officers for coordinated efforts to make the event a success. He said that various dignitaries and sports personalities are expected to visit Jammu and efficient arrangements are required to be made for them and for their boarding and lodging of visiting teams and staff members. He directed the officers that the sub committees must ensure that the event is organised in a professional manner. During the meeting different tasks were assigned to different committees and each committee is headed by a senior officer.
“During the eleven day championship, 47 matches will be played on league cum knock out basis as per AIFF rules. 40 teams from different states, union territories and Central Police Organisations are participating in the championship,” statement issued said.
The meeting was attended by Special DG Sh. V.K Singh, Commandant General HG/CD/SDR Dilbag Singh, ADGP Armed Sh. A.K Choudhary, IsGP Alok Puri, Dr. S.D Singh, Jagjit Kumar, Mubarak Ahmad Ganaie, S.K Gupta, Alok Kumar and Ashkoor Ahmed Wani, AIsGP PHQ Mubassir Latifi, Kulbir Singh, Abdul Waheed Shah, Manoj Kumar Pandith, DySP Sports PHQ, Mir Jameel and PPS to DGP S.L Thakur and Dy SP Mehboob Majid.