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Olympian Samiullah Khan’s statue restored to its original condition, theft case registered – IG News

Bahawalpur: A statue of Olympian Samiullah Khan has been restored in its original condition in Bahawalpur district of Punjab.

The issue of stealing hockey and ball from the statue of world-renowned Olympian Samiullah Khan has surfaced on a social networking site, which has provoked outrage among users.

The statue of the Olympian was installed a month ago in the Model Town area of ​​Bahawalpur. According to the district police, the ball of the statue was stolen two days ago while the hockey player also went missing last night.

Users on social networking sites have expressed outrage at reports of hockey and hair being stolen from the statue and called on the authorities to crack down on such elements and restore them to their original condition.

Social media users asked, “What is the direction of our destination as a nation?” Where are we going?

After the matter came to light on a social networking site, a citizen filed a petition, on which the police registered a case and launched an operation and launched raids to arrest the accused.

According to the DPO, the statue was restored to its original condition after a case of theft was registered. He assured that those involved in the incident would be arrested soon and brought to justice.

Samiullah Khan’s journey of life

Famous Pakistani hockey player Samiullah was born in Bahawalpur on September 6, 1951. He represented Pakistan in various competitions of international hockey tournaments from the 1976 Montreal Olympics to 1982.

Samiullah also got the name of Flying Horse in the world of hockey due to his lightning speed, which became his identity. His brother Kaleemullah Khan also represented the country in the national hockey team and gained immense fame.

Samiullah Khan was awarded the Presidential Medal of Excellence by the Government of Pakistan on August 14, 1983.

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