olympic medal winner bronze vijender singh protest procession invite all player at sonipat Haryana boxer | This player made this passionate appeal to all sports lovers, has won medal in Olympics

new Delhi: Vijender Singh is the first player for India to win an Olympic medal in boxing. He won a bronze medal in the 2008 Olympics in China. He always remains in the headlines. Now one of his tweets is going viral on social media. Vijender Singh has made a special appeal to all sports lovers.

Vijender Singh did this tweet

Vijender Singh has tweeted, in the caption of which he has written that Sarfaroshi’s desire is now in our heart, to see Zor Kitna Baazu-e-Qatil mein. There is also a picture in the post, in which it is written that restore sports quota. Under the leadership of Shaan-e-Hindustan boxer Vijender Singh, all the medal winners, coaches, sports lovers and budding players will submit a memorandum together. You all reach out in maximum numbers and raise your voice to restore the sports quota.

Vijender Singh will hand over the memorandum

On behalf of the Haryana government, 3 percent quota of players has been abolished in the recruitment of Group-A, B, C. Against this, boxer Vijender Singh will submit a memorandum to the DC office of Sonipat on March 31. Boxer Vijender Singh has earlier protested in support of the players. He also constantly shares information with his fans through his social media handle.

won a medal in the olympics

Vijender Singh is an Indian boxer who won an Olympic medal in boxing from India. He won a bronze medal in the Olympics held in China. He won silver medals in 2006 and 2014 Commonwealth Games. He has been given the Padma Shri award by the Government of India. He has also contested the Lok Sabha elections in 2019 on a Congress ticket, where he had to face defeat.

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