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RHB Commissioner dashed to the pole position in running event and made his team win the Tugof-War also

Jaipur: Rajasthan Housing Board (RHB) Commissioner Pawan Arora said on Friday that sports work to create harmony and team spirit between people.

He said that the unprecedented achievements made by the Rajasthan Housing Board in the last three years are the result of the work done in the form of team work by all the personnel of the Board.

Arora was addressing the closing ceremony of the 27th State Level RHB Employees’ Sports Competition organised at Neerja Modi School premises on Friday.

“In this four-day competition, all the players have shown amazing sportsmanship along with healthy competition.

If the personnel remain healthy, then only, they will be able to contribute their 100 percent. So sports should be an essential part of our lives for our mental and physical health. In the last two years, Rajasthan Housing Board has made unprecedented achievements.

The development of the state has been given impetus by bringing various project. The achievements made by the Housing Board have been widely appreciated at all levels of the State Government and even Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot also appreciated the Board’s achievements,” he said.

On this occasion, Commissioner Arora not only participated in the running competition organised for the officers but also secured first position in this competition.

Additional Chief Engineer Sanjay Poonia stood second in this competition. On this occasion, a tug-of-war competition was held, wherein, RHB Commissioner Pawan Arora’s team was decalred the winner.

Meanwhile, Commissioner Arora also distributed prizes to the winners of this competition during this period and announced that in 2022, 28th Annual Rajasthan Housing Board Employees’ Sports Competition will be organised at Jodhpur.

Headquarters team was the winner in this tournament in Football, Basketball, Carrom and Athletics. Along with this, the team of Zone I stood first in Cricket while Zone won in Volleyball, Table Tennis, Badminton and Chess.

Along with this, the ‘Best Player’ award was given to Babu Lal Meena.

The Champion’s Trophy in this competition was won by Zone II and the runners-up was the Headquarters team.

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