The Chief Minister got injured while playing cricket, got plaster after X-ray
The Chief Minister got injured while playing cricket, got plaster after X-ray

Dehradun: Due to the excellent innings of CM Pushkar Singh Dhami, his team CM-11 defeated BJYM-11 on Tuesday, but Chief Minister Dhami got his hand fractured. In fact, the Chief Minister was injured due to the cricket match, due to which he had swelling in his hand. After the swelling, the doctors had advised the CM to X-ray. On the suggestion of the doctors, the Chief Minister got the X-ray done at Doon Medical College this morning in which a hairline fracture was found in his wrist. Thereafter, the doctors put plaster on his hand.

Thanks to the captaincy innings of CM Pushkar Singh Dhami, CM XI defeated BJYM XI by four runs. Batting first in the ground of Abhimanyu Cricket Academy, CM XI scored 49 runs for the loss of two wickets in the allotted seven overs. Captain Dhami scored an unbeaten 14 runs. Chasing the target, the team of BJYM XI under the captaincy of Tejasvi Surya could score only 45 runs for the loss of one wicket.

The same CM Dhami said that mutual brotherhood increases with such games. The goal of such events is to increase brotherhood in social and political life. A cricket friendly match was played between both the teams today. CM said that our aim is to make sustainable development of Uttarakhand and reach the people till the last line. A new sports policy has been brought to promote sports in the state. In this, every effort has been made to provide all kinds of facilities to the players. Many schemes are being run to bring the youth forward.

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