KARACHI: Prominent Pakistani martial artist Muhammad Rashid Naseem has offered to train different martial art techniques to the Special Security Unit (SSU) commandos.
Rashid Naseem met with Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIGP) Security and Emergency Services Division Dr Maqsood Ahmed and extended his volunteer support to train the commandos.
Muhammad Rashid holds 77 individual Guinness World Records in martial arts, prominently in the categories of punches, kicks, breaking, nunchaku and stick.
DIGP Dr Maqsood Ahmed applauded Muhammad Rashid for rendering his services for SSU commandos voluntarily and said his services would play a positive role in encouraging police personnel and SSU commandos to showcase their talents at all forms.
The DIGP added that SSU has always remained promoter of sports, as in the past many SSU Commandos won competition and acquired medals at national and international levels.
Muhammad Rashid expressing his views, extended his gratitude to the DIGP Security for acknowledging his accomplishments and talent, and said he will try his level best to train commandos and make them able to represent the country at international level.
Later, DIGP Dr Maqsood Ahmed had also presented souvenir to Muhammad Rashid Naseem.