The goal is to promote the sport in the country: Karnam Malleswari

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The aim is to promote the sport in the country: Karnam Malleswari
Meerut. There is an atmosphere of celebration in the family after Karnam Malleswari, the daughter-in-law of Meerut, the famous weightlifting nation’s first female Olympic medalist, was named Vice Chancellor of Delhi Sports University. FCI chief general manager Karnam Malleswari said he had the opportunity to serve the country. Your goal will be to promote the talent of the players and promote the sport in the country. The family is delighted to be elected Chancellor on International Olympic Day.
Malleswari, 46, a resident of Srikakulam District, Andhra Pradesh, became Meerut’s daughter-in-law in 1997. Her husband, Rajesh Tyagi, a resident of Chandsara village in the Partapur region, was also a national and All India University weightlifting champion. Rajesh Tyagi said that after three years of marriage, Karnam Malleswari set a record by winning the country the first medal in the women’s Olympic Games category. After that he never looked back. Twice gold, two bronze medals at world championships, two silver medals at Asian games. He was also awarded the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna and the Padma Shri Award. Karnam Malleswari is Chief General Manager of FCI and is based at the headquarters in Delhi. The family lives in Yamunanagar with their two sons Sharadchand Tyagi and Angat Tyagi. She was previously stationed in many states, including Uttarakhand, Himachal. Husband Rajesh Tyagi said the letter of appointment was received on Tuesday while Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Minister Manish Sisodia met on Wednesday.
Connection with the village
Rajesh Tyagi said that not only is he associated with sports, but also a relationship with the village. He is the youngest of three brothers. He often visits the village with his family. His wife Karnam Malleswari did not give up the sport despite being employed by the FCI. A weightlifting academy is being built on two hectares on Bilaspur Road in the Yamunanagar area with the help of the Ministry of Sports. Our goal is to make players aware of weightlifting.

The aim is to promote the sport in the country: Karnam Malleswari

Meerut. There is an atmosphere of celebration in the family after Karnam Malleswari, the daughter-in-law of Meerut, the famous weightlifting nation’s first female Olympic medalist, was named Vice Chancellor of Delhi Sports University. FCI chief general manager Karnam Malleswari said he had the opportunity to serve the country. Your goal will be to promote the talent of the players and promote the sport in the country. The family is delighted to be elected Chancellor on International Olympic Day.

Malleswari, 46, a resident of Srikakulam District, Andhra Pradesh, became Meerut’s daughter-in-law in 1997. Her husband, Rajesh Tyagi, a resident of Chandsara village in the Partapur region, was also a national and All India University weightlifting champion. Rajesh Tyagi said that after three years of marriage, Karnam Malleswari set a record by winning the country the first medal in the women’s Olympic Games category. After that he never looked back. Twice gold, two bronze medals at world championships, two silver medals at Asian games. He was also awarded the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna and the Padma Shri Award. Karnam Malleswari is Chief General Manager of FCI and is based at the headquarters in Delhi. The family lives in Yamunanagar with their two sons Sharadchand Tyagi and Angat Tyagi. She was previously stationed in many states, including Uttarakhand, Himachal. Husband Rajesh Tyagi said the letter of appointment was received on Tuesday while Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Minister Manish Sisodia met on Wednesday.

Connection with the village

Rajesh Tyagi said that not only is he associated with sports, but also a relationship with the village. He is the youngest of three brothers. He often visits the village with his family. His wife Karnam Malleswari did not give up the sport despite being employed by the FCI. A weightlifting academy is being built on two hectares on Bilaspur Road in the Yamunanagar area with the help of the Ministry of Sports. Our goal is to make players aware of weightlifting.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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