Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Sunday visited the Sher-i-Kashmir Indoor Stadium here and interacted with budding cricketers presently undergoing training.
The camps for cricketers of under 22 and 14 years of age have been organised to impart training before selecting the final teams.
Omar advised the boys to prove their mettle and shine at national and international levels by attaining best training.
The chief minister underlined the need for providing all facilities to the participants in the camps for nurturing them as outstanding players who could bring laurels the state.
He wished them luck saying his government was keen to groom sports and provide better facilities to sportspersons for growth and development.