For the Indian sportsman, Geeta Kumari, who dreamed of brightening the name of the country abroad, showing India in the Olympics is in trouble today, Geeta Kumari, an athlete from Jharkhand, has been forced to sell vegetables in the streets of Ramgarh district due to financial problems. The future of Geeta, who won 8 gold medals at the state level, was considered golden. She was considered to be the future of India, but the financial crisis has brought her out of the track, bringing her to the streets.
Chief Minister help Geeta Kumari financially
Chief Minister Hemant Soren came to know via Twitter that Geeta is forced to sell roadside vegetables due to financial problems. The Chief Minister directed the Deputy Commissioner of Ramgarh to help Kumari financially so that she can pursue her athletics career.
An official release said that Deputy Commissioner of Ramgarh, Sandeep Singh, on Monday paid Rs. 50,000 to her. Gave the check and also announced a monthly stipend of Rs 3,000 to the athlete. Wishing the athlete success in the sports world, the Commissioner said, “Ramgarh has many players who are capable of achieving success for the country, and the administration This will ensure that they get support.
Geeta Kumari is a BA final year student
“Geeta’s cousin Dhananjay Prajapati said,” She is a BA final year student at Anand College in Hazaribagh district, selling vegetables. Her family is financially weak and is now happy to be helped by the administration. “According to the release, she has won eight gold medals in state-level competitions. She won a silver medal and a bronze medal in competitions held in Kolkata.