Pro Kabaddi League Season 8: Sachin, a resident of Badbar village of Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan, used to go to Haryana to play Kabaddi secretly. Even when he got hurt, he kept on tolerating him by not telling him at home. Due to this kabaddi, he also failed in 10th, but the passion of kabaddi never diminished. Today this same Sachin Tanwar has joined the five most expensive Kabaddi players in the country. Sachin Tanwar, a resident of Badbar village of Jhunjhunu, will play for Patna Pirates this time in Pro Kabaddi League Season 8. The Patna Pirates franchise has bought Sachin by bidding for Rs 84 lakh. Which is not only included in the most expensive five players in Pro Kabaddi. Rather, he is also the most expensive player of Patna’s team.
Sachin told that although his family is from Haryana, but his grandfather had come to Badbar village of Jhunjhunu. Now his family lives in Badbar, Rajasthan. Badbar studied as a secretary in the village itself, grew up here and then went on to play Kabaddi. In fact, Sachin’s maternal uncle has also been a kabaddi player. In such a situation, seeing his maternal uncle, he also took his heart in Kabaddi and in childhood, along with school competitions, Sachin has beaten the opposing teams by putting a lot of bets in Kabaddi in the fairs held in the village. During this, many times Sachin went to play even after leaving school, and many times he got hurt while playing, but he never let his passion for kabaddi diminish. Now Sachin is the star player of Pro Kabaddi. For which there is a high bid to get it. Sachin’s aunt’s son Bhai Mohan told that when Sachin was two years old. It has been with him since then. For about 15 years, he kept Sachin with him. Then went to Jaipur to play. In the first three seasons, Sachin played for Gujarat. In season five, Sachin’s bid was made by the Gujarat franchise for 36 lakhs. Then in season six, Sachin was bought by the Gujarat franchise for Rs 56 lakh. In season seven too, Sachin was a part of the Gujarat franchise and played for Rs 78 lakh annually. This time Sachin will play season 8 for Patna and his bid is Rs 84 lakh.
Patna’s big responsibility on Sachin
Sachin Tanwar has also played only matches for Gujarat in the Pro Kabaddi League so far. In this season’s auction, Patna Pirates bought him for an amount of 84 lakhs. For Gujarat last season, he got 84 raid points. With the departure of Pardeep Narwal, the responsibility of raiding will now be on Sachin Tanwar’s shoulders as well. He will get the support of a legendary raider like Monu Goyat. Let us tell you that Pardeep Narwal is the most expensive player of Pro Kabaddi. Who won Patna Pirates the title of PKL for three consecutive seasons. Now Sandeep will replace Pardeep. In such a situation, winning the title to Patna Pirates will be somewhere on the shoulders of Sandeep. This time Pardeep has been bought by UP Yoddha for Rs 1.65 crore. Which is the highest bid of Pro Kabaddi League so far and Pardeep is the most expensive player.
Rajasthan government has made SI
Last year itself, the state government has also honored Pro Kabaddi player Sachin Tanwar by giving him a job. Sachin Tanwar is SI in Rajasthan Police. Whose posting is in Jaipur. Sachin Tanwar is currently practicing in Jind for the preparations for the Pro Kabaddi League. This time Pro Kabaddi League season 8 is likely to start in December.
Medals won in school fairs are kept barbarously
Pro Kabaddi player Sachin Tanwar’s trophies, medals, certificates found in schools and fairs are still kept at his uncle’s house in Barbar, at the house of his uncle’s son and brother in relationship, Mohan. However, now the visit of Sachin Tanwar in Badbar is very less. He stays outside more in the affair of practice and sports.
Elder brother is also a kabaddi player, a soldier from sports quota
Sachin Tanwar’s elder brother Deepak is also a national player of Kabaddi. He has also been made a constable from the sports quota by the Rajasthan government and he is currently preparing for Pro Kabaddi. Also Chittorgarh is posted. Sachin’s maternal uncle has also been the National Kabaddi player of Haryana. At the same time, mother Radha and father Satishkumar work in agriculture.
Report : Sandeep Kedia