Lack of concern from govt, kabaddi world champs get Rs 67,000 each
Indian national kabaddi team, who just won the World Cup, beating Iran in the final match by 38-29 points has received a cash prize of Rs 10 lakhs given by the sports ministry of the central government. Approximately Rs 67000 that each player of the team will get which is merely a 1/3rd of the amount for the man of the match award in the cricket.
The 2016 kabaddi World Cup 2016 was an international kabaddi tournament held in Ahmedabad, India from October 7 to 22 this year. Twelve countries had participated in this tournament. This is the 3rd world cup title for India.
Our Olympic medalists who gets prize in real money and kind from their concerned state government too from the centre government has a place with a similar nation to which the kabaddi players have a place so why there is so biasness among these players.
Promoters are advancing kabaddi with occasions like Pro kabaddi league each year at the universal level keeping in mind the end goal to advance this game and then again this sort of money prizes will doubtlessly cripple our kabaddi players execution and the soul.
Players like Anup kumar, Manjeet Chillar and Ajay Thakur contributing in the India’s triumph by lifting the world cup title third time sets a case for the youthful era of India that can likewise settle on kabaddi game and India is not just a game centre point of cricket, different games additionally needs to develop which requires full commitment and support of the administration powers.