Tuesday, October 3, 2023

Cool Assistant Commissioner Hazim Bangwar Inaugurates Pakistan’s First Ever Chess Complex in Karachi

Assistant Commissioner Hazim Bangwar inaugurated Pakistan’s first-ever Chess Complex in North Nazimabad, Karachi, marking a significant step in promoting the game of chess in the country. The complex, open to the public, aims to provide a dedicated space for chess enthusiasts to practice and compete.

The inauguration event was attended by chess players, enthusiasts, and local residents. The Chess Complex boasts state-of-the-art facilities, including multiple chessboards and comfortable seating arrangements. The initiative is expected to foster a greater interest in chess among people of all ages and backgrounds.

The complex’s accessibility to the public is a notable feature, as it encourages individuals, from beginners to experienced players, to engage in the intellectual and strategic game. This establishment is anticipated to serve as a hub for chess tournaments, workshops, and events, further elevating the popularity of the game in Pakistan.

The Chess Complex inauguration aligns with efforts to promote intellectual sports and provide opportunities for mental stimulation and growth. As chess gains momentum in the country, this initiative could potentially pave the way for similar dedicated spaces for other mind sports, contributing to a more intellectually active society.

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