Haryana to send 51-member squad to Police Games

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Chandigarh, Oct 19 (UNI) The Haryana Police today announced a strong 51-member squad which will compete in the 57th All -India Police Games (wrestling cluster) to be held at Police Academy, Madhuban near Karnal from October 21 to 25.

The wrestling cluster comprises sports disciplines---wrestling, judo, boxing, weightlifting and gymnastics.

While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Police Department said that under the leadership of boxing coach Hitesh Kumar, a 11-member boxing team led by Head Constable Tanej Pal will take part. Other participants include Rajnish (48-51 kg), Jaiveer (51-54 kg), Kapil (54-57 kg), Rajender (57-60 kg), Ajay (60-64 kg), Tanej Pal ( captain, 64-69 kg), Surender (69-75kg), Ravinder (75 to 81 kg), Krishan (81-91 kg), Vikram (+91 kg).

Similarly, Haryana Police are fielding eight gymnasts under the able guidance of coach Ram Sharan Dutt. The captain of the gymnastic squad will be Head Constable Akash Deep. Other participants include Shri Niwas, Manoj Kumar, Parveen, Gaurav, Puneet, Surender, Vinod.

Under the leadership of coach Jagat Singh an eight-member judo squad, comprising of Krishan Kumar (66 kg), Ramesh Kumar (73 kg), Jasbir Singh (captain, 81 kg), Subhash (81 kg), Jasbir Singh (90 kg), Lalit Kumar (100 kg), Sanjay Kumar (open weight) will show their potential.

Likewise, Assistant Sub-Inspector Sohan Singh (96 kg) has been appointed captain of the 13-member wrestling (freestyle) team.

Other wrestlers are, Surender Kumar (60 kg), Rajesh Kumar (66 kg), Sandeep Kumar (66 kg), Vinod Kumar (74 kg), Jagmohan Singh (74 kg), Virender Kumar (74 kg reserve), Jaiveern Singh (84 kg), Jaspal Singh (84 kg), Balraj Singh (96 kg), Surender Kumar (96 kg).

Head Constable Kuldeep Singh (74 kg) will lead a 12-member Greeco-Roman team which would include Surender Kumar (60 kg), Shamsher Singh (66 kg), Ram Niwas (66 kg), Sandeep Kumar (74 kg), Jagbir Singh (84 kg), Anil Kumar (84 kg), Jaiveer Singh (96 kg), Surender Kumar (96 kg).


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