Chandigarh (Punjab) [India], August 12 (ANI): Punjab Prime Minister Captain Amarin Darsin announced on Thursday that the state government will soon develop a modality to provide jobs to Olympic medalists, and will be the prime minister before making a final decision. Requested consideration of priorities. At a glittering ceremony in Punjabbawan tonight, a program organized
Chandigarh (Punjab) [India], August 12 (ANI): Punjab Prime Minister Captain Amarin Darsin announced on Thursday that the state government will soon develop a modality to provide jobs to Olympic medalists, and will be the prime minister before making a final decision. Requested consideration of priorities.
At a glittering ceremony in Punjabbawan tonight, a program organized to honor Olympic medalists and participants of the Tokyo Olympics 2020 won a prize of 28.36 rupees. This ceremony brings glory to the country, especially the state, and is proud of all Punjabis. Their rare feat, the Prime Minister, said the Punjabis had rewritten the history of the country’s sports history.
The Prime Minister, along with Deputy Governor Shin Badnoa of Punjab, sent the prize money online to the accounts of Olympic medalists and participants.
As a token of respect and gratitude, the female hockey player presented the hockey stick to the Prime Minister with the signatures of all team members.
The Punjab Prime Minister praised the excellent performance of the bronze medal-winning men’s hockey team after a 41-year gap at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, and began to revive the glory of India lost in hockey. I called it.
Captain Amarinder Singh celebrated the astounding performance of the state athletes at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, naming the school after the athletes and announcing the approach to the road leading to their home village. He also asked the disabled and school education minister, Vijay Inder Singla, to identify such schools and roads to honor the athletes who were proud of all the Punjabis.
At that time, the Prime Minister promoted Captain Manpreet Singh of men’s hockey from deputy police officer of Punjab police to police officer.
The Prime Minister reiterated the government’s firm commitment to provide players with state-of-the-art infrastructure to enable them to perform even better in world-class tournaments. A rare talent of athletes from the Punjab above.
He also asked the Minister of Sport to consult with athletes and their coaches to create a blueprint for developing an ultra-modern stadium for a variety of sports. Lack of funds for this purpose.
He would have been happier than these two heroes in this unusual achievement if they were alive today, while making a special mention of the hockey legend Bar Beer Singh Sr. and the iconic athlete Mirka Singh. I said no one would be there. He also said the state government honored the gold medal-winning javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra, the first Indian athlete to achieve a unique achievement that had roots in Punjab and was unable to perform this function. Stated.
Further pointing out, the Prime Minister said that the historic victory of men’s hockey and the indomitable spirit of the women’s hockey team and athlete Kamalprit Cowl will further achieve new glory in national and international tournaments. He said it would inspire up-and-coming players. He also appreciated Punjab’s participation in boxing, shooting and athletics.
In his speech, the Governor of Punjab appreciated the spirit of these players’ participation in the police and offered to players who wished to join the Chandigarh police. He said the sports talent pool must come from the village and that our rural areas, where youth energy can be directed to sports, need a well-equipped sports academy.
The governor also mentioned Punjab’s exemplary contributions to Olympic hockey. Mizapur and Suntherpool were considered to be nurseries for up-and-coming hockey players who brought glory to the country in international tournaments. He once said that the majority of Olympic hockey team players were from Suntherpool.
At that time, Sports Minister Rana Gurmit Singh Sodhi announced that the Punjab State Government would soon establish a prestigious hockey academy for women on the Surjit Hockey Academy line. He welcomed the Prime Minister’s announcement that he would provide government work to Olympic medalists.
Recognizing the excellent performance of players from Punjab, the state government has now decided to award an enhanced cash award. At that time, 10 male hockey players who won the bronze medal were 2.51 rupees each, 2 female hockey players (semi-finals) were 50 rupees each, 1 male hockey player (participant) was 50 rupees, and 1 athlete. (Finalist) 50 rupees and 6 players (participants) 21 rupees each.
In particular, the 20 Punjab athletes who participated in the Tokyo Olympics consisted of 11 men’s hockey teams (bronze medal winners). Manpreet Singh (Captain), Mandeep Singh, Hardik Singh, Harmanpreet Singh, Ruppinderpal Singh, Shamsher Singh, Dilpreet Singh, Gurjant Singh, Krishan Pathak, Varun Kumar, Simranjit Singh; Kamalpreet Kaur (discus throw), Gurpreet Singh (50 Km Walker). Two from each of the women’s hockey teams (reached the semi-finals and finished fourth). Gurjit Kaur, Reena Khokhar, Shootingviz. Anjum Moudgill and Angadvir Singh; one from boxing, the Simrangit cowl, and the other from badminton. Parak Kori will soon be attending the Paralympics. (ANI)