The choice was taken at TTFI’s govt board assembly earlier this week.© AFP
The Table Federation of India (TTFI) on Friday introduced monetary help to previous and current India gamers and coaches who’ve been hit by COVID-19. The choice was taken at TTFI’s govt board assembly earlier this week. “We shall be serving to all India gamers (high 16) who’re affected by COVID-19. Rs 1 lakh shall be supplied to somebody who’s on oxygen help, Rs 2 lakh for severely sick and Rs 3 lakh to the household in case of loss of life,” MP Singh, former secretary and TTFI advisor, advised PTI.
“All coaches who’ve been with the Indian group are additionally coated underneath this initiative. “These are difficult instances for everybody and that is the least we will do for the affected gamers and coaches,” he added.
Indian table tennis has coped with loss of life of two former gamers due to COVID-19 prior to now two months. Former worldwide Suhas Kulkarni (68) and Arjuna award-winning legend V Chandrasekhar (64) passed away after battling the dreaded infection.
None of the present gamers have to this point reported being affected by the raging pandemic. Singh added that TTFI will begin engaged on the schedule for nationwide occasions after the COVID state of affairs within the nation improves.
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