A Karate international athlete working for daily wage:
With a population of over one hundred crores, it is the second-largest city in the world. However, our position on the international stage in sports. It is celebrated in the country but there are not many players in the country, but there is no value given to other sports, other than cricket.
The government does not give as much encouragement to other sports and players as it does to parents. That is why many talents are left as rubies in the mud. Although some people work hard and make a name for themselves, others work as a laborer for living. Hardeep Kaur, who recently bagged medals with sharp punches in national and international karate competitions, has now become a coolie. Took the farm trail for the hut.
Hardeep, 23, of Gurnekalan in Mansa district of Punjab, A Karate international athlete she became a day laborer and working for daily wage to support her family. Works in the fields for earning Rs.300 per day. She has won almost 20 medals in national and international level competitions so far.
Along with Hardeep, who is currently doing a PG in Physical Education, her parents are also working as laborers. The then Punjab Sports Minister Rana Gurmeet had promised to give a government job to Hardeep, who won gold in the competitions held in Malaysia in 2018. However, that guarantee has not yet come into force. No matter how many times Hardeep went to the government for a job, the work did not work out. However, She burst into tears as never thought. Still waiting to see if the authorities will respond.
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