India’s first woman wrestler to get a gold medal at the Commonwealth Games Geeta Phogat, was embraced as Deputy Superintendent of Police in Haryana Police.
The selection was implemented by the Haryana cabinet which satisfied under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar.
She was appointed as Inspector in the state police under sports quota after getting capable for the 2012 London Olympics.
In the 2010 Commonwealth Games conducted in Delhi, Geeta Phogat scripted history by winning a gold medal in the 55kg category. She became the first Indian wrestler to do so. This particular win of Geetha and her father Mahavir who trained her was even shot as a film in Bollywood. Amir Khan played the role of coach/father titled ‘Dangal’.
She earned gold medal in the Commonwealth Wrestling Championships in 2011 at Melbourne.
Geeta qualified for the 2012 London Olympics, and once again grew to become the first Indian female wrestler to achieve the task.
Geeta Phogat received Arjuna Award from the President of India in the year 2012. She have formerly won bronze medals in the World Wrestling Championships and Asian Wrestling Championships in 2012.
Geeta Phogat wait around 6 years for her promotion as DSP. She needed to approach the court for her promotion. Conversing with press, she stated, “We got used to waiting. Everyone is happy but we are not as happy as we should have been.”
A year ago in October, Haryana Police embraced freestyle wrestler Geeta Phogat as Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP). Phogat is a graduate and a sportsperson of international reputation. She is also a gold medallist of the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi. After 9 months of operating with the Haryana Police, Geeta Phogat shared her first picture in her uniform. She captioned it as, “#haryanapolice#undertraining #dsp #policewoman👮♀️🤩”.
And right now, she have got completed her ‘under-training’ and took in-charge as Haryana DSP. She have also revealed a picture of her posing with magnificence in Police force Uniform.Share this to your,