More than 350 men and women will participate in the 10th edition of the Indian Police Archery Championship which kicked off on Tuesday at the campus of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP). The five-day championship began on November 9 and will run until November 13, ITBP informed.
More than 20 teams from the central armed police forces, state police forces and central police organizations participate in the championship. 350 male and female archers will compete in various categories of recurve, compound and Indian archery, including ranking with a medal, individual, team and mixed events, etc.
The ceremony took place on the campus of the 39th ITBP Battalion with VSK Kaumudi, Special Secretary (Homeland Security) at the Ministry of the Interior, registering his presence as the guest of honor on the occasion. Praising the ITBP for the high quality professional arrangements made for the championship, Kaumudi said that “The All India Police Championships have been a great platform for shooting skills to target. the arch of the nation’s police forces “.
ITBP General Manager Sanjay Arora said that the ITBP has made all necessary arrangements for the championship and the force is doing extremely well in the field of different sports, especially archery in the over the years. IS Duhan, ITBP Training Inspector General, said ITBP is hosting the event for the second time since 2014 and it is a privilege for the force to host Police Championships across India over the years. years brilliantly.
The history of the games is seventy years old and the first edition of all Indian police games was held in 1951. Archery was included in the list of annual police games controlled by the AIPSCB from 2013. The India Police Games – coordinated by the India Police Sports Control Board (AIPSCB) are held every year for different sports every year. (ANI)
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