Sindh police officer wins Asian middleweight boxing Championship

Sindh Police Officer, Shahir Afridi from the Rapid Response, was crowned middleweight champion of the Asian Boxing Federation on Saturday. In an eight-round in Bangkok, Shahir Afridi defeated Thailand’s Vachayan Khamon.

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The Sindh Police Inspector General Mushtaq Ahmed Mehar praised the winner, stating he hoped the officer “would continue to exhibit the name of Sindh police”. Sindh Police have a history of successful and fit policemen who have participated in international events and have won titles. He praised the Sindh Police Officer for his achievement.

Khan Saeed Afridi of the Sindh Police’s Officer from the special security unit received the World Muay Thai Organization belt in March 2020. At the 2019 World Police Games in Chengdu, China, he won a silver medal in the martial arts category.

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Sindh Police Additional Inspector General Dr. Amir Ahmed Sheikh told Arab News, “It’s a source of pride for the Rapid Response Force, Sindh police, and Pakistan.”

The IG asserted that the Sindh Police has always placed a premium on officer fitness, which is why its officers have constantly placed first in local and international contests.

“Not only do we seek criminals and terrorists in Sindh, but we also maintain high fitness standards internally,” he remarked. “This is why our cops carry sporting titles home with them.”

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