Sunday, 3 June 2018

CM Devendra Fadnavis congratulates 6-year-old Anaishaa Pinkesh Nahar for making Maharashtra proud with a perfect 7 in Chess Championship.

Talented Anaishaa Pinkesh Nahar, a 6-year-old, Mumbai city girl of Vibgyor High School, Goregaon makes us proud once again this year by accomplishing a perfect score of 7 on 7 in the Girls category of Maharashtra Under - 7 State Chess Championship Tournament held at Amature Chess Association, Kolhapur. The championship was held from 24th May to 27th May 2018 and she won the championship title in her brilliant style by her will and talent, she left no stone unturned to be the youngest charmer to win the championship this year. 

Last year Anaishaa Nahar was seen impressing CM Devendra Fadnavis with her constant win and by contributing her prize money to the Farmer’s Relief Fund (Scheme by CM). This year also she gave her 1st prize money and also all the rewards she got in last one year namely by coming 1st in 34th Singapore Nationals in 2017 along with another tournament prize money earned in last 1 year to the noble cause of our Hon CM whose efforts she considers to be iconic. At such a tender age, Anaishaa has been thinking big and wise and definitely proves that she is the best at what she does. Just like the previous year, she has again contributed her prize money and funds from her tournament towards the Farmer’s Relief Fund, making all of us proud yet again with such a mature gesture. 

At the tender age of 6 years of playing around and learning, Anaishaa is already so determined and well-focused. She has indeed created a historical moment by winning the championship by being unbeatable by all her 7 opponents at such a tender age. She is already on the roll and working hard for her upcoming Nationals Chess Championship - Under 7 & International tournaments across the world.

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