* Honoring of national level rockballl winners in Kotnis Hospital
--All possible efforts are being made by the Punjab government to stop the current drug epidemic in Punjab, but the cooperation of social service organizations and common people is very important to eliminate the leprosy of drugs from the root." is.' This idea was shared by Police Commissioner Mandeep Singh Sidhu.
Dr. Kotnis Hospital under the leadership of Chief Organizer Inderjit Singh with the support of Sarbat da Bhala Charitable Trust , organised a small event to honour the national winning team of boys and girls in rockball.
Speaking further, Sidhu said that motivating the youth towards sports to get them out of the swamp of drugs is the main need of the hour and also appreciated the acupuncture treatment going on in the hospital and said this treatment should be promoted more and more in India.
Speaking on this occasion, Secretary of the hospital Iqbal Singh Gill, former IAS officer, said that there are many small countries in the world which achieve great success in the Olympic Games but are known as a big country in the world. Indian players are lagging behind, so in order to make a special place in sports at the global level, while there is a need to inspire the players towards sports at a young age, there is also a need to provide modern sports techniques. On this occasion, the district president of Sarbat Da Bhala Charitable Trust, Jaswant Singh Chappa, also expressed his views and emphasized to promote sports. On this occasion, the management committee of Dr. Kotnis Hospital also decided to give free acupuncture treatment to the players and their parents for one year. On this occasion, youth leader Aman Bagga, Gagandeep Kumar (CPLI Coordinator), Dr. Raghbir Singh, Dr. Ritik Chawla, Manisha, Upinder Singh and Amarnath etc. gave their special contribution to make the event successful.