National Games for Visually Impaired were a huge success
The three-day long National Games for Visually Impaired ended in Ludhiana on Monday.
The games had been organised by the state unit of the National Federation for Blind at the Guru Nanak Stadium.
More than 300 visually impaired people took part in the huge event. They had come from different parts of the country accompanied by their guardians.
There were many participants from far of states such as, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Tripura, Andhra Pradesh and Assam.
Around 114 track and field events were held during the National Games.
Cooperation from various organisations and departments made the event a success
Meals and track suits for the visiting participants were provided by local NGOs Swami Shankranand Bhoori Wale and Sarbat Da Bhala Charitable Trust.
The accommodations for the participants were taken care of by the Vocational Rehabilitation and Training Centre for Blind.
The district administration of Ludhiana had made transportation arrangements.
Moreover, the Punjab Sports Department allowed the organisers to use the stadium free of cost, besides providing its coaches and other staff to assist them in conducting the games.
The efforts of so many organisations and people involved in the games made it a huge success.