New Delhi: The Delhi government, chaired by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, has provided ultra-modern sports complex facilities to sportspersons. Najafgarh will see an international standard sports complex where sportspersons will avail of different facilities.
“The DoE has envisaged a state-of-the-art sports complex having various facilities under one roof. The DoE also felt that excellence in sports is possible only when sportspersons receive training at specialised residential sports academies,” the statement said.
The sports complex will include facilities such as a synthetic athletic track, a jogging track, a football ground, a tennis court, a basketball court, a swimming pool, sports lighting for the cricket ground, a football ground, all augmented by an uninterrupted power supply. The running tracks range from 100 metres to 400 metres. It is hoped that sportspersons will be able to prepare for different games with relative ease.
There is another example includes the sports complex in Kair village and Mundhela village. These have indoor and outdoor facilities for different sports, including cricket, football, athletics, volleyball, lawn tennis, swimming, badminton, basketball, kabaddi, wrestling, boxing, and table tennis.
The aim of the Kejriwal government is to give better opportunities to the players so that they may bring laurels to the country and be prepared and confident enough to represent India at the Olympics.