STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: The Wushu Association of India (WAI) has taken lead in engaging youth, especially those young athletes, during the ongoing lockdown due to COVID-19 in the country. This was stated by Chief Coach of the Wushu Association of India (WAI) and Inspector with J&K Police, Kuldeep Handoo in conversation with a local digital platform. “The WAI has taken lead over other national bodies in taking the sports to the young trainees amidst lockdown. Those beginners were at the receiving end during the last couple of months and I’m happy that the Wushu Association has been successful in implementing the Government of India initiative to engage those coach and trainees in right earnest,” said Kuldeep. Since Wushu is a popular game in Jammu and Kashmir, a good number of young boys and girls have engaged themselves in the programme. “Over 300 young and senior trainees have connected themselves with the first of kind programme in the country. Those, who are facing difficulty in online training, are being guided as and when approached me or other technical individuals in J&K,” mentioned Kuldeep, who has played a key role in launching the Wushu programme.
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