Qatar Football Association organises Suhoor for Indian community representatives

 08 Jun 2018 - 4:44

Qatar Football Association organises Suhoor for Indian community representatives

The Peninsula

DOHA: Qatar Football Association (QFA), invited all the Indian organisations, companies, associations, and representative of various schools, to have Suhoor at La Cigale Hotel. QFA Director Khalid Al Kuwari welcomed  the guests and distributed certificate of appreciation to representatives of various Indian organisations.

The event was attended by representatives from Indian companies, Indian associations, and various Indian schools, and QFA thanked them for their support throughout the season to QFA on various occasion and specially for the Amir Cup final played at Khalifa Stadium on May 19, which was a grand success, and Indian Community supported the QFA, in a very positive way and work together hand in hand to ensure the best possible arrangements for all the spectators coming to stadium and leaving the stadium after the game, including the logistic arrangements, said a release.

Lot of manpower and logistic was required to guide the people to their respective gates and seats and other arrangements and that was successfully delivered by working with QFA officials and Indian and Nepali community volunteers.  

Khalid Al Kuwari extended his sincere thanks and appreciation for that and requested similar support for future QFA events, next event is on 1st August at Al Saad Stadium.

On behalf of Indian Sports Centre and expatriate community in Doha, M S Bukhari (ISC-Chairman Corporate and Business Development) expressed his views of the entire Indian community.

“We consider Doha our second home and our solidarity with Qatar government and QFA will always be there,” he said.

He promised QFA that Indian community and Nepali community will make sure that at any time the cooperation requested by QFA, will be fulfilled in a big way, Indian and Nepali community leaders sitting in the room applauded it.

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