By Angad Singh
Amethi. Former minister of state in UP government Dr. Ameeta Singh claims to fix her goal to prepare a series of new players in world of badminton.
Let The Bird Fly!
Webinar–Moving on with Badminton
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Hosting a ‘webinar’ under auspices of Delhi Capital Badminton Association (DCBA) with title “Let the Bird Fly” Ameeta said that her main goal is now to prepare a good team of committed badminton players who may perform in all the national / international tournaments.
Three times MLA from Amethi Ameeta Singh has won commendable matches at national and international levels is presently is president of the Delhi Capital Badminton Association (DCBA).
Still she is active in politics under cover of saffron coloured party.
Main guest participants in webinar were Amee Ghiya, Madhumita Goswami Visht and PV Sindhu all big names ‘in world of badminton’ and most of them have won several matches and awards of national and international status having added more feathers in their caps.
In this webinar Amee Ghiya said that she played for practices on the premises of her compound where she was supported by family members and neighbours.
Madhumita Goswami Visht gave credit to her father who inspired her for the game and PV Sindhu highlighted hurdles on her way but she maintained balanced life style between studies and sports.
Dr. Ameeta said all the audiences, specially new buds, from different corners / places that with hard work every thing is possible adding that new players should keep in mind that “Rome was not built in a day”.
Again she before delivering the vote of thanks asked the new entrants in the challenging world of badminton to be ready always for hard and regular practices sweating on the play ground adding that it may be a bit typical following ongoing Covid-19 pandemic but we must be hopeful that scenario will change.