Arvind Kejriwal meets chess player Tania Sachdev
World Chess Championship silver medalist Tania Sachdev met with Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday. The Chief Minister congratulated her on winning the silver medal and wished her good luck in continuing her splendid performance for the country in the future.
During this meeting, Tania Sachdev spoke in detail to the Chief Minister about her performance around the world and also shared how hard she has worked to achieve her dreams since childhood. Congratulating Sachdev on winning the silver medal at the World Championship, Kejriwal said: “You and your team have made the whole country proud of your outstanding performance. We must work together to make chess reach every home in the world. State and restore organized sport to fame. The Delhi government will provide all necessary support for this cause. “
The Chief Minister also said that the Delhi government is very serious in promoting all kinds of sports and has also established a sports university in Delhi. “We have only one ambition for this university and that is to develop players who win medals. I think that when this university starts functioning, players from all over the country will come here and be part of our team.” , did he declare. .
Kejriwal also asked Deputy Chief Minister and Sports Minister Manish Sisodia to congratulate Tania in accordance with all protocols and give her all kinds of support possible. Tania Sachdev said she would be happy to assist the Delhi government in its initiatives and would like to provide its services in the capacity deemed appropriate.
Tania Sachdev has an impressive track record in national and international chess championships and is also an Arjuna Award winner. (ANI)
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