Rudrapur city took a big step and collected money for its player. With the help of this money, this young player was able to go abroad and participate in the Asian Championship.
Whole city came forward for Ju-Jitsu player
It is said that when you desire something deeply, the whole universe conspires to make it meet you. Ju-Jitsu player from Rudrapur Jai Prakash The story is something similar. He dreamed, worked hard for it and then to fulfill his dream, his entire city showed its power. When so many people united for a single purpose and worked hard, the result was bound to be good. The result has been that this player returned after winning a medal for his country.
Jai Prakash is a ju-jitsu player. Ju-jitsu is also a type of martial arts like karate and taekwondo. He has been associated with this game for a long time. The whole city is witness to his hard work and understands what this player has done for the game. In such a situation, when Prakash was in trouble, the whole city came forward to help.
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City came forward to help Prakash
Prakash had to go to Bangkok to participate in the Asian Championship. Had easily qualified for this championship to be held between 24 to 28 February. This was the reason for the lack of money. Prakash’s father is a laborer, so it was impossible for him to send his son abroad. Seeing Prakash’s plight, his coach and the president of the district association appealed for help on social media. The people of the city did not disappoint Prakash and together collected 85000 rupees. With the help of this money, Prakash reached Thailand and returned after winning the bronze medal.
Prakash won the bronze medal
Prakash, who returned to the city after winning the medal, said in a conversation with the Times of India, “For me it is like a dream come true. I have been practicing Ju-Jitsu for years and winning a medal in the Asian Championship is a big achievement in my career. I am thankful to all those who supported me. While Prakash’s father Premchandra said, “I am proud of my son’s achievement. He has worked very hard for success. This has been possible only because of the people of the city.
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