All India Kshatriya Mahasabha honored Kabaddi player Chetan Raghav, a resident of village Titouta, who got his team first place in the Kabaddi tournament held in Nepal, near his residence. Kabaddi teams from six countries participated in this Kabaddi tournament.
Based on his talent, Kabaddi player Chetan Raghav, who illuminated the name of the region internationally, was honored by the All India Kshatriya Mahasabha by presenting a letter of honor under the leadership of Mandal President Gyanendra Raghav. Chetan Raghav was greeted with a bright future by garlanding him in the felicitation ceremony held at the residence of Titota resident Sushil Raghav.
Chetan Raghav’s team participated in a six-nation kabaddi tournament held in Nepal under the Sports Authority of India’s club FIT. Chetan Raghav, who was included in India’s team, helped his team to get first place.
Due to this achievement of Chetan, there is a wave of happiness in the whole area. While addressing the award ceremony, Mandal President Gyanendra Singh Raghav, Anurag Raghav, Satish Raghav, Dinesh Pradhan, Prempal Singh, etc. described Chetan Raghav as a source of inspiration for the youth.
He said that along with education, better opportunities for career and employment can be explored in sports also. He also called for connecting the youth with the spirit of national service along with society by providing education and cooperation according to their interests.
On this occasion Sanjay Tomar, Omprakash, Yaduraj Singh, Kanchan Singh, Naveen Raghav, Babbal Singh, Bhupendra Singh, Anil Kushwaha, Shivam Singh Gaur, Dinesh, Ajay, Man Singh, Manmohan, Deepak, Ravindra, etc. were present.