Carrying on the tradition of training karate to students especially girls from the slums of Kolkata , Prof M A Ali , World Mixed Martial Arts Council (UK) ,National representative for India felicitated martial arts experts from various parts of India at the World Mixed Martial Arts Council Award-2019 and 23rd National Karate Championship.
The ceremony was organised by World Mixed Martial Arts Council (UK) in association with Indian Karate Association. The ceremony was organised to award Sifu Rahoof for his contribution in the field of Kung-Fu, Rameez Khan of J&K ACADEMY OF UNIFIED MARTIAL ARTS for his contribution in the field of Mixed Martial Arts and Sayeed Alam for his contribution in the field of Kick Boxing.
The ceremony was also focused on the skills of other students of various age groups who aspire for a Black Belt and are working hard to reach the ultimate goal of Karate. Successful students were awarded Black Belt.
The ceremony was honoured with the presence of Chief Guests like Trinamool Congress’ (TMC) Member of Parliament (MP) Idris Ali, MLA of Entally Swarna Kamal Saha, Arun kr Das (Councilor ward 55) and Golam Rabbani, National President of All India Ulema Board . The participants gave a fabulous demonstration.
The Chief Guests in their address to the gathering of approximately 500 students , the importance of discipline and respect for everyone in Karate. They spoke highly of Ayesha Noor’s inspiring journey whose story became a part of a documentary, made by The Independent Television Service (ITVS) in the USA.Prof M A Ali emphasized the value of self discipline which forms an integral part of Karate. Karate is not just an art of fighting or sport; it is a discipline and a way of life.