The government will open 1,000 ‘Khelo India’ centers to provide employment to retired players

Sports minister Kiren Rijiju on Tuesday said the government would open 1,000 Khelo India centers in the country to provide employment to retired players. During the FICCI’s 10th Global Sports Conference Turf 2020, we will be opening 1000 Khelo India small centers across the country, which will help retired players find employment or develop sports culture in the country.

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When a player is in trouble, this will discourage future generations, he said. The government is ensuring that the players and beneficiaries receive financial assistance from the government without any disruption. On this occasion, Rijiju called on corporate organizations to help build a sports-loving society in the country.

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He said there was no shortage of government support but our country was not a country known for sports. Government efforts are never enough. People’s efforts, people’s participation will lead to success in the sport. The event was attended by Olympic silver medalist PV Sindhu, Madhya Pradesh Sports Minister Yashoda Raje Scindia, Australian Olympic Committee CEO Matt Carroll and FCCI President Dr Sangita Reddy.


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