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100 karatekas attend Jharkhand Goju Ryu Karate Do Association training camp in Jamshedpur. Girls receive training in self-defense

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Jamshedpur, May 8: The Sonari Community Center in Jamshedpur became a center of empowerment and skill building as the Jharkhand Goju Ryu Karate Do Association organized a two-day training camp for karate enthusiasts. With more than 100 players in attendance, the event aimed to hone martial arts skills among the youth.

A notable highlight of the camp was the integration of a voter awareness campaign targeting participants over the age of 18. The young adults emphasized the importance of voting rights and were educated about their civic duty to participate in the democratic process.

Distinguished guests including District Sports Officer Anivesh Tripathi, CDPO Durgesh Nandani and District Cooperative Officer Asha Topo graced the occasion and underscored the importance of such initiatives for community development.

Particular attention was paid to the empowerment of girls, who received special training in self-defense, reflecting the camp’s commitment to gender equality and safety awareness.

Lead instructor Kyoshi L. Nageshwar Rao imparted valuable knowledge and skills to the participants and guided them through the intricacies of the sport. The efforts of DSP S Vardhan, Akram Raza, former Tata Workers Union president R Ravi Prasad and vice-president Sanjay Kumar Singh were recognized as they honored the children with certificates in recognition of their dedication and hard work.

The event also saw the participation of Ghatshila Sub-Divisional Officer Unika Sharma, Executive Officers Aman Kumar and Satyendra Kumar, as well as martial arts experts Shihan Sarju Ram, Sensei Neeraj Kumar and Coach Priyabrata Dutta, further adding to the significance of the occasion.

The two-day camp not only provided a platform for skill development but also promoted a sense of civic responsibility and community engagement among the youth of Jamshedpur, paving the way for a better and stronger future.