V Tejaswini Bai (Wikimedia Commons)
New Delhi: Ministry of Sports (Asian Games)Asian games) Two-time Gold Medal Winner Women’s Kabaddi (Kabaddi) player V Tejaswini Bai (V Tejaswini Bai) Has approved financial assistance of two lakh rupees. Tejaswini battled with Kovid-19 for the last few days and her husband died due to this dangerous virus. Pro Kabaddi League 2019: Punei Paltan out of title race after losing to Dabang Delhi
This assistance was approved under a new joint initiative with the Indian Olympic Association. This initiative is associated with the help of sportspersons and coaches during the epidemic. Financial assistance was given for the players from Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay National Welfare Fund.
Tejaswini and her husband were found infected with Kovid-19 on 1 May. While she is recovering from this, her husband Naveen died on 11 May. In a statement issued by the Sports Authority of India (SAI), Tejaswini said, “He was only 30 years old and was very nervous after his father’s death.” He died due to fear and stress. ”
He said, “I did not expect this financial support but the Sports Ministry, SAI and IOA decided immediately to help us.” This is the first time we have been provided this kind of help. ”Tejaswini was a member of the Indian women’s kabaddi team, which won gold medals in the Asian Games in 2010 and 2014.
(This is an unedited and auto-generated story from a syndicated news feed, there is a possibility that it has not been changed or edited by the latest staff)