Pakistanis break Indian record in Guinness Book of World Records

22nd May: It is a great honor for Pakistan as two Pakistanis have broken Indian record in Guinness Book of World Records.

According to the report of Baaghi TV, martial arts experts Muhammad Rashid and Asmar Javed have set 2 more world records.

An email was received from the Guinness Book of World Records. They have also released the details of the record on their website.

Asmar Javed enters Guinness Book of World Records, and now the Pakistan Academy of Martial Arts record number rises to 61.

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Asmar Javed and Mohammad Rashid broke the Indian pair’s record. Narain and Sajit Kumar set a record of 156 kicks in one minute, however, the Pakistani couple set a record by hitting 190 kicks in one minute.

Earlier, a fourth-grade student Rizwan Mehsud’s name was included in the Guinness Book of World Records in the field of martial arts. Rizwan Mehsud has won the award by breaking the record of an Indian athlete named Prabhakar Eddy in a category of martial arts “Helicopter Spin”. Mehsud set the record by hovering like a helicopter 46 times in 30 seconds.

Rizwan Mehsud was earlier studying in a private educational institution in Dera Ismail Khan but after setting a world record, he has been admitted to Army Public School as instructed by the Corps Commander Peshawar, where his education is free.

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