Haryana’s first sports activities injury rehabilitation center, the first and foremost of the four such centers within the state, might be installed in Panchkula on the Tau Devi Lal Sports Complex in Sector 3.
Announcement was made by Sandeep Singh on September 11
The declaration was made public by Haryana Sports Minister Sandeep Singh after a meeting with a delegation of Gujarat Sports Department at Tau Devi Lal Sports Complex on Saturday morning. Singh additionally stated the center can be prepared earlier than subsequent year’s Khelo India video games to be held in Haryana.
“Four new sports injury rehabilitation centers will be opened in Haryana. Injuries are part of a sportsperson’s life but some players are unable to continue due to the injuries. Players have to go to other countries for their rehabilitation process. With the establishment of these centers, the first of which is being set up at Panchkula, players will be able to recover under expert supervision in the state itself,” said Singh.
200 new coaches and more than 1000 sports nurseries to be opened
He additionally acknowledged that 200 new coaches can be recruited withinside the Haryana Sports Department and more than 1,000 sports activities nurseries are being opened within the state. While the state has sports activities complexes in Gurgaon, Sonepat, Panchkula aside from different cities, the state noticed a closing of sports activities nurseries in 2016.
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“Apart from increasing the number of 533 coaches in various sports in the state by recruiting 200 new coaches, more than 1,000 sports nurseries in various disciplines are being opened in Haryana to increase the interest in sports among the children of Haryana. The Haryana Sports Department is also giving high-level training to the players of the state to encourage them to do well in sports competitions and bring laurels to the state. The state government will also honor the medallists and participants of Tokyo Paralympics in a ceremony to be held at Gurgaon on September 19,” said Singh.
Apart from Singh, the Gujarat sports activities delegation met Haryana director of sports, Pankaj Nain, Haryana deputy director of sports, Kavita Devi, former Indian hockey captain Sardar Singh, former Indian volleyball captain Amir Singh and previous volleyball coach Omprakash. The Gujarat delegation blanketed Manish Jhiladiya, Nimesh Patel, Ramesh, Nagendra Tomar, Kanji Bhalia, Sanjay Yadav, Vishwa Dhiman, Poonam Fumakia, Balwinder Kaur, Upasana Randeria, and Usha Chaudhary because the officers mentioned approximately Haryana sports activities rules in addition to infrastructure.