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Gehlot To Allot Land In IGNP Area To 13 Sportspersons In Rajasthan

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Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has determined to allot 25 bighas of land adjoining to the IGNP canal to 13 gamers of the state who’ve introduced laurels to the nation by their excellent efficiency in worldwide sports activities occasions like Olympics, Asian and Commonwealth video games. Gehlot has authorised the proposal to allocate the land freed from price to 5 gamers who gained medals in these sporting occasions and at reserved value to eight gamers representing the nation in these occasions.

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  • Last Updated: October 18, 2020, 23:25 IST
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Jaipur: Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has determined to allot 25 bighas of land adjoining to the IGNP canal to 13 gamers of the state who’ve introduced laurels to the nation by their excellent efficiency in worldwide sports activities occasions like Olympics, Asian and Commonwealth video games. Gehlot has authorised the proposal to allocate the land freed from price to 5 gamers who gained medals in these sporting occasions and at reserved value to eight gamers representing the nation in these occasions.

The chief minister’s resolution will give impetus to sports activities actions within the state and sportspersons might be motivated to carry out on the worldwide stage, an official assertion stated. A complete of 58 gamers of worldwide reputation have been allotted land within the Indira Gandhi Canal Project space since 1980.

Gehlot has determined to allot freed from price land to kabaddi participant Sumitra Sharma from Jaipur who gained gold medal in Incheon Asian Games, Om Prakash from Jhunjhunu who gained gold medal in Jakarta Asian Games, equestrian Jitendra Singh who gained silver medal in Jakarta Asian Games, kabaddi participant Shalini Pathak from Jaipur and bronze medalist Rajulal Chaudhary from Jaipur. At reserved value, land might be allotted to Satvir Singh and Narasiram of Sriganganagar, shooter Omprakash and wrestler Rajesh Kumar from Sikar, athlete Rupendra Singh, Sapna and weight lifter Ajay Singh from Jhunjhunu, and squash participant Surabhi Mishra from Jaipur who represented the nation in Olympics, Asian Games and Commonwealth Games.

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