Meet Taekwondo instructor Akhund Nada Khan and his son Muhammad Mustafa who run a free club for aspiring children and youth under a bridge in Karachi.
Being a Taekwondo enthusiast, Akhund says he has been providing training to young aspirants, which is free of cost, for the last five years.
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Back then, its (Taekwondo club) fee was Rs50 and my father (Akhund) was unable to pay it. As my father witnessed those days, he has decided to open this club which would be free for everyone, Mustafa told Dialogue Pakistan.
While speaking to us, Malik Nayab, a member of the club, says she has won a gold medal on national level and a bronze medal on international level.
These Taekwondo enthusiasts wants concerned authorities to work for the betterment and development of the Korean martial art in Pakistan.
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