Ranchi: Archer player Dipti Kumari, a resident of Lohardaga (Rajabangla) met Chief Minister Hemant Soren at Project Building and submitted a memorandum to him. She said in front of the Chief Minister that she has been a national player in the sport of Archery and had received training from Seraikela Kharsawan Archery Academy.
She said that her mother had bought a bow for four lakh fifty thousand rupees by taking a loan of seven lakh rupees from the self-help group, while going to play in the USA, her bow broke in Calcutta and she was deprived of going to the USA.
Dipti Kumari said in front of the Chief Minister that she has apprehension that she may have become a victim of a conspiracy. She said that after the incident her mother became ill with shock and to repay the loan she opened a tea shop in Ranchi Argora, a few days later the shop was destroyed due to the encroachment of the Ranchi Municipal Corporation after which she came back home and does not have any permanent source of income.
Dipti said that her mother is ill and she was sitting disappointed after getting an intermediate degree but she has not lost courage and has a dream to play and also to bring gold, one day which will definitely increase the honor of Jharkhand.
Chief Minister Hemant Soren listened to the words of archery player Deepti Kumari and also saw the educational certificates of Dipti Kumari and the list of medals won by her and participation in various archery competitions.
Chief Minister Hemant Soren appreciated her struggle and assured her that the state government would extend all possible help to her. Sports and Youth Affairs Minister Hafizul Hasan Ansari was also present on the occasion.