Times of India – NEW DELHI: Former India hockey captain Sandeep Singh has urged Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore to build a world-class rehabilitation centre for sportspersons in the country.

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  • NEW DELHI: Former India hockey captain Sandeep Singh has urged Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore to build a world-class rehabilitation centre for sportspersons in the country.
  • “I just want our government to make a world-class rehab centre in the country for sportspersons’ recovery.
  • “Sandeep, the highest goal-scorer of the country in hockey, urged the government to take a cue from the Indian Cricket Board ( BCCI ) on this matter.
  • “The government is supporting the injured athletes for their recovery in every aspect but I feel if we have a world-class rehab facility in India, then there is no need to go abroad,” the dragflick specialist said.
  • We should take the example from BCCI who has a world-class rehab facility in NCA in Bangalore,” he added.


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