Sports have always been considered as a medium to bridge the distance between people. There is no place for discrimination and grievances of any kind in any playground. Due to this, the UK government has started the ‘India-UK Week of Sport’ from Monday to celebrate the age-old relationship between India and Britain. Indian cricket players Dinesh Karthik (Dinesh Karthik) and Tokyo Olympic gold medalist Neeraj Chopra (Neeraj Chopra) There are many other players going to participate.
Veterans to participate in India-UK Week of Sport
India-UK Week of Sport will be celebrated from 21 to 27 February. India is going to celebrate its 75th year of its independence this year. During this, there will be a round of on-field and off-field interactions with the players, which will talk about the love of the game for both the countries and the opportunities it creates. In a statement issued by the British High Commission, it has been said that
“Olympic and Commonwealth Games gold medalist Neeraj Chopra, cricketer Dinesh Karthik, para-badminton world champion Manasi Joshi, tennis legend Vijay Amritraj and India’s rugby captain Vahbiz Bharucha will be part of the event.”
British High Commissioner to India statement
Along with this, the British High Commissioner to India, Alex Ellis, says that there is a craze for sports in the people of Britain and India. We bring together sports like cricket, football, tennis and hockey. The objective of India-UK Week of Sport is to strengthen sporting activities by bringing together sportspersons. This year the 75th anniversary of India’s independence will be celebrated. At the same time, Britain is also going to host the Commonwealth Games and Test series against India this year.