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Mamata Banerjee pens promo song for U-17 World Cup

Mamata Banerjee pens promo song for U-17 World Cup

Kolkata, Oct 7 (UNI) West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has penned a promo song for the FIFA Under-17 World Cup. It was launched on September 20. The World Cup started from October 6. The Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan in Kolkata will host ten matches, including the final, from October 8 to October 28. The song reflects the excitement and feelings associated with football. At the same time, the message of communal harmony has also been given through the song. The song has been launched in audio format, and a video format will come out soon. The song had also been distributed among Durga Puja organisers and played in many Durga Puja mandaps. The Chief Minister takes keen interest in the development of sports in the state and taken a number of measures,including setting up infrastructure, starting tournaments, and giving awards and monetary aids to sportspersons and clubs. UNI SJC KK

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