Haryana's Sports Minister Anil Vij on Monday said that on the off chance that he had the ability to give more cash to the Dera Sacha Sauda for games related exercises, then he would have done as such. His announcement came after he sought discussion for giving Rs 50 lakh from his optional asset to the Dera Sacha Sauda association, headed by questionable Sikh pioneer Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, for advancing games in Haryana.
"In the last National Games which were held in Kerala, offspring of the Dera Sacha Sauda won numerous decorations. To advance them, the association is making a recreations town inside its grounds, where they are wanting to make number of stadiums according to worldwide guidelines. For the development and advancement of amusements, I can just contribute this much, If I had energy to give all the more, then I would have done as such," Vij said.
While going to the "Tiranga Rumal Chhu" program in Sirsa, Vij said "Your association is empowering games and competitors, subsequently, keeping in mind the end goal to advance games further, I might want to give Rs 50 lakh which is from my optional asset." The priest said the prime target of his gift was to advance games in Haryana. He had before confronted feedback when he went by Rio to support players from Haryana who were participating in the Olympics.
The Haryana Government representative Jawahar Yadav focused on the restriction for raking up discussion over the gift utilizing unreasonable thinking. "When we were in the resistance, the issues were defilement, unemployment and uneven advancement, which have now dissipated. Without issues, the resistance is turning to counter-intuitive thinking to make an issue," Yadav told media.
Dispelling any confusion air over Vij's gift, he said, "Anil Vij went to a games rivalry occasion sorted out by Dera Sacha Sauda boss Ram Rahim, and gave cash to empower sports, for the development of a stadium and a games foundation."
"He didn't make the installment from the assets of the games office, however from his Member of Legislative Assembly Local Area Development Scheme (MLALADS) store, which MLAs give for solemnizing the marriage of destitute individuals, for the development of rest houses, streets, stadiums and so forth. Under MLALADS standard, all clergymen give cash, and Vij has given it as well." He encourage expressed that each one of those recreations that improve your physical, mental and learning level could be composed. "It is redundant that it is Olympics.
There are numerous such diversions in India. In addition, each state has its very own society," he included. Pushing on the requirement for making better games foundation for competitors of the state, Vij said the Haryana Government is pondering to table a Sports Council Bill in the up and coming gathering session. "This session, we are wanting to table a Sports Council Bill. It would be statutory body. Under the bill a Sports Council will be constituted at various levels, i.e. region and sub-divisional levels, which will concentrate on games related matters," he included.