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Stay stays on Amateur Kabaddi Federation elections
Amateur Kabaddi Federation of India election update - InsideSport
The Boxing Federation of India BFI has decided to allow professional boxers to compete in amateur tournaments sanctioned by it, bringing itself in sync with the stand taken by world body AIBA. At one corner of the K D Jadhav wrestling hall inside the Indira Gandhi Indoor IGI stadium complex here on Saturday, 32 men and women kabaddi players - all kitted - from different parts of the country sat idle, anxiously waiting for the two Indian teams, which represented the nation at the recently-concluded Asian Games, to come and compete with them. The high court quashed the appointment of Janardan Singh Gahlot and his wife as Life President and president of the Amateur Kabaddi Federation of India AKFI saying that they held the body to "ransom" by treating it as their "family enterprise". The Boxing Federation of India BFI might bid for the hosting rights of an Olympic Qualifying tournament next year, continuing its efforts to bring big-ticket events to the country after managing to bag the men's and women's world championships. There is no one to blame for the sorry state of affairs.
Delhi High Court Stays Elections of Amateur Kabaddi Federation of India
The Amateur Kabaddi Federation of India will soon have an elected body to govern the sport in the country. The process will start with the first round elections of the Amateur Kabaddi Federation of India, scheduled to take place on February 15 in New Delhi. The courts had further ordered that the administrator to take control of the AKFI affairs with immediate effect and conduct the elections of the federation.
Kabaddi , a contact sport that originated in ancient India , is one of the most popular sports in India, played mainly among people in villages. India has taken part in four Asian Games in kabaddi, and won gold in all of them. Four forms of kabaddi played in India are Amar, Suranjeevi, huttuttoo, and Gaminee.