Sports Minister Mr. Harsh Sanghvi encouraging the wushu and judo players who are guests of Gujarat from different states to play face to face.
Under the continuous guidance of Mr. Bhupendrabhai Patel, Gujarat has created a new history by successfully organizing the National Games in a short period of just 90 days, Sports Minister Mr. Harsh Sanghvi said today at Mahatma Mandir Gandhinagar.
Minister Shri Sanghvi further said that the participating athletes of various states as well as the officials of the National Sports Association thanked the Chief Minister Shri Bhupendrabhai Patel and the administration for the support of the citizens in the ongoing National Games in Gujarat, enthusiasm for sports and excellent arrangements for sports by the state government. .
As a result of organizing the National Games, many players like the 10-year-old Gujarati player Shaurya from Malkham have gained national recognition and a new platform in the field of sports. This is the new India of Prime Minister Shri Narendrabhai Modi’s dream, the minister added.
On this occasion, Minister Shri Sanghvi congratulated the officers-employees of the entire administrative system, including the Sports Department of Gujarat, who worked day and night for the successful organization of the 36th National Games.
As Gujarat has become the host of 36th National Games – 2022, various games are being held across the state including Mahatma Mandir, Gandhinagar. As a part of this, Sports Minister Mr. Harshbhai Sanghvi encouraged the sportsmen of different states participating in various categories of Judo and Wushu in indoor games held at Mahatma Mandir today and wished them success.
The Sports Minister increased the enthusiasm of the players from different states who were the guests of Gujarat by watching with interest the Judo and Wushu being played at the 36th National Games Antgarta Mahatma Mandir.
On this occasion, President of Indian Wushu Federation Mr. BS Bajwa, General Secretary Mr. Jitendrasinh Bajwa and officials of Indian Judo Federation and players were present.