Bastar girls make waves in National Mix Martial Arts Competition, CM, Sports Min congratulates

Raipur: The girls hailing from the tribal-dominated Bastar district of Chhattisgarh have delivered a magnificent performance in the 6th National Mix Martial Arts Competition, creating history. This competition was held in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, from May 17 to May 21. The players representing Bastar district and Bastar Martial Arts Academy have achieved remarkable success, securing 5 gold medals and one bronze medal in this competition. 

Chief minister Bhupesh Baghel and Sports and Youth Welfare Minister Shri Umesh Patel have extended their congratulations and best wishes to the victorious players in the national competition.

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Once again, international player Palak Nag emerged victorious, winning the gold medal in the Senior Welterweight category. Other outstanding performances included Mahi Dongre clinching the gold medal in the Youth C 57kg category, Yejin Shreya Suna winning gold in the Youth C 44kg category, Tanupriya Datta claiming the gold in the Youth B 44kg category, Shriya Sharma winning gold in the semi-contact Bottom Weight category, and Mahi Meshram winning a bronze medal in the Youth A 52kg category. The players who have won the gold medals will represent the country in the upcoming international competition. 

MMA India President Sharif Bapu, MMA India Joint Secretary and Chhattisgarh Mix Martial Art Association Secretary Nitin Singh, MMA India’s National Medical Commission Chairperson and Chhattisgarh Mix Martial Arts Association Treasurer Dr. Divya Khare, and Bastar Martial Arts Academy President Vijaypal Singh congratulated the winners on their remarkable achievement.

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