The women’s kabaddi team of Himachal Pradesh has brought laurels to the state by winning the gold medal in the All India Civil Services Kabaddi Competition, held from February 20 to 24 in Dehradun, Uttarakhand. The team from Himachal Pradesh Secretariat emerged as the champion by defeating Andhra Pradesh in the final by a huge margin of 40-11 in a one-sided match.
The women’s team comprised of 12 players, including Promil, the captain from Shimla district, and players from various other districts such as Mandi, Bilaspur, and Manali. The team put up an excellent performance in every match of the competition, defeating Maharashtra, Haryana, Rajasthan, Telangana, and RSB Kolkata to reach the finals. The team coach Rajendra Panta and team manager Gulpal Verma expressed their satisfaction with the team’s performance and credited their hard work and dedication for the victory.
CM Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu among congratulators
The achievement of the women’s kabaddi team of Himachal Pradesh has been widely applauded by people from all walks of life. Chief Minister Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu and Deputy Chief Minister Mukesh Agnihotri congratulated the players for their remarkable achievement. The victory is a testament to the talent and hard work of the players, who have brought pride and glory to their state and district.
Kabaddi is a popular sport in India, and the women’s team from Himachal Pradesh has shown that they are among the best in the country. The victory in the All India Civil Services Kabaddi Competition is a significant milestone for the team, and it is expected to inspire more women to take up the sport and bring glory to their state and country.
Overall, the victory of the women’s kabaddi team of Himachal Pradesh is a source of great pride for the state and the country. The players have demonstrated their skill, dedication, and teamwork, and their victory is a testament to the potential of women in sports. The team’s performance in the competition will undoubtedly inspire more young women to take up kabaddi and work hard to achieve their dreams. The state and the country must continue to support and encourage women in sports to realize their full potential and bring glory to their nation.