As soon as the news of Indian women’s Kabaddi team captain Ritu Negi, who won the gold medal for India in the Asian Games held in October in Hangzhou city of China, getting the Arjuna Award, all the people of Ritu Negi’s native village also themselves Have started considering it as the most glorious one. As soon as the news of award of Arjuna Award to Ritu Negi was received by the Sports Ministry of Government of India, an atmosphere of complete happiness was created in the entire family. Indian women’s Kabaddi team captain Ritu Negi, who lives in a very small village in a very remote area of Sirmaur district of Himachal Pradesh, has been announced to be honoured with the Arjuna Award, India’s second highest sports award.
On Tuesday itself, Indian women’s Kabaddi team captain Ritu Negi had come to her native village (parental house) in Shillai. As soon as Ritu Negi received the news of Arjuna Award being given by the Sports Ministry of Government of India to all the family members in Shillai Gram Panchayat. Ritu Negi, daughter of Ritu Negi’s father Bhawan Singh Negi and her mother Mrs. Purnima Negi, completed her entire primary education in Shirog Primary School of Shillai Gram Panchayat.
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Ritu Negi was selected for Bilaspur hostel only after passing the ninth class from Government Senior Secondary School, Shillai. In Bilaspur hostel, Ritu Negi was given complete education till graduation along with participation in Kabaddi competitions. In the year 2014, Ritu Negi was also selected for Indian Railways. In the year 2022, Ritu Negi was married to Kabaddi star Rohit Gulia, resident of Panipat, Haryana.
Achievements of Indian women’s Kabaddi team captain Ritu Negi so far –
- In the year 2007, Indian women’s Kabaddi team captain Ritu Negi, playing for Himachal Pradesh team, participated for the first time in the National Championship held in Haridwar.
- Indian women’s Kabaddi team captain Ritu Negi had won the gold medal under her captaincy in the Third Junior Asian Kabaddi Championship (Under-20) category held in Malaysia in the year 2011.
- In the 18th Asian Games held in Indonesia in the year 2018, the Indian women’s Kabaddi team under the captaincy of Ritu Negi became the silver medal winner for India.
- Under the captaincy of Ritu Negi, the Indian women’s Kabaddi team had won the gold medal for India in the South Asian Games held in Nepal in the year 2019.
- In the year 2023, the Indian women’s Kabaddi team once again performed brilliantly under the captaincy of Ritu Negi and won the gold medal for India in the Asian Games held in China.
Bhawan Singh Negi, Father of Indian Women’s Kabaddi Team Captain Ritu Negi, Distributed Sweets To The People of Altogether Shillai Gram Panchayat In The Joy of Receiving The Arjuna Award –
As soon as Indian women’s Kabaddi team captain Ritu Negi was selected for the Arjun Award, there has been no limit of happiness among the people of Shillai. Shillai residents gathered in large numbers throughout the day to congratulate Indian women’s Kabaddi team captain Ritu Negi. On the happy occasion of Ritu Negi’s father Bhawan Singh Negi giving the Arjun Award, sweets are also being distributed to the villagers of Shillai.
Bhawan Singh Negi, father of Indian women’s Kabaddi team captain Ritu Negi, told Diary Times correspondent Kumud Sharma that his entire family is most happy that the daughter from Sirmaur district of Himachal Pradesh has given the best performance in Kabaddi game in the whole of India. Indian women’s Kabaddi team captain Ritu Negi Has created a distinct identity for himself in the country. Indian women’s Kabaddi team captain Ritu Negi has been most interested in sports since childhood and today, due to her excellent performance in Kabaddi, Ritu Negi has been selected by the Sports Ministry of the Government of India for the Arjuna Award, the country’s second biggest sports award. This is the most proud moment for the people of the HimachalPradesh.
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