Ladakh Administration Sends Cricket Kit After Virat Kohli Fangirl Video Goes Viral

Kargil, October 16, 2022: The government of Ladakh has supported the young cricket sensation Maqsooma from Kaksar, Kargil and her cricketing talent and ambitions. Recently, a video of Maqsooma, a sixth form student at Kaksar High School in Kargil, went viral on social media.

In the viral video, Maqsooma speaks about her passion for cricket and acknowledges the support and training she receives at home from her father and school teacher.

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She aspires to become a cricketer like former Indian captain Virat Kohli. The video caught the attention of many people, including several international cricketers from around the world, who appreciated her skills and positive attitude.

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“My father at home and my teacher at school encourage me to play cricket. I will do everything I can to play like @imVkohli Maqsooma student grade 6th #HSKaksar,” the School Education Directorate had previously tweeted.

When her video came to the attention of the Youth Care and Sports Department, Union Territory of Ladakh, the department decided to support not only the young cricketer, but also her team and the school.

Secretary, Youth and Sports Services and Sports Department, Ravinder Kumar announced that a full cricket set would be sent to Kaksar High School immediately.

“Cricket is a team sport and we need to nurture students like Maqsooma and others to hone their individual skills and their ability to play in a team,” he said.

The secretary added that efforts are underway to develop sports infrastructure in the mountainous region of Ladakh along with identifying such talent in various sports for additional support and coaching.

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