Jakarta (ANTARA News) - The Indonesian Asian Para Games Organizing Committee (INAPGOC) said there was no request for Asian disabled audience quota from the Asian Paralympic Committee (APC) in the championship tryout and Asian Games 2018.

"Up to now there is no such request, but we will prepare for that, we are looking into APG matches from school students in Jakarta," said INAPGOC chairman Raja Sapta Oktohari on the sidelines of the tryout of the para badminton branch at the Istora Senayan stadium, Jakarta, Wednesday.

INAPGOC, will encourage schoolchildren in Jakarta to watch every Asian Games as well as provide special areas to festive Asian-level multi-faceted sports party.

"In this trial, we present about two thousand spectators each day divided in the morning, afternoon, and evening. We will also maximize the promotion for many people who know this organization," said Chairman of the Indonesian Bicycle Association (ISSI).

Oktohari targets promotions on social networking media by taking on a number of celebrities so that Asian Para Games gets followers as many as 30 million social media users.

"Today we invite Bertrand Antolin and Aura Kasih to promote the implementation of the Asian Para Games, and we have involved 1,100 volunteers to promote this activity," he said.

INAPGOC involves disabled people in 1,100 volunteers with tasks in accordance with their conditions and abilities.

The Asian Para Games triumph tournament on Wednesday (June 27) to Tuesday (July 3) held a five-member sports venue, athletics, swimming, badminton, wheelchair tennis and wheelchair basketball. *** 4 ***

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Editor: Andi Abdussalam
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