Lovlina Borgohain is the second sportsperson from the state to be appointed a DSP in Assam Police as per a brand new sports activities coverage. In February final 12 months, prime sprinter Hima Das was given the identical honour
GUWAHATI: Champion boxer and Tokyo Olympics bronze medallist Lovlina Borgohain was on Wednesday appointed by the Assam authorities as a deputy superintendent (DSP) within the state police power.
Assam chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma introduced the 24-year-old boxing star with an appointment letter at a ceremony in Guwahati. He assured her of a month-to-month sum of ₹100,000 – aside from her wage – that’s meant to cowl necessities for coaching. Sarma additionally stated a street in Guwahati would quickly be named after her.
Borgohain is the second sportsperson from the state to be appointed a DSP in Assam Police as per a brand new sports activities coverage. In February final 12 months, prime sprinter Hima Das was given the identical honour.
“We’re very comfortable to nominate Borgohain in Assam Police. Within the coming days, we count on that aside from pursuing her targets in her sport, she would additionally assist enhance the sports activities ambiance within the state police power,” CM Sarma stated.
The chief minister stated contemplating her age and skills, Borgohain, who’s now a part of the coaching division of the state police, can steadily climb to a senior place as soon as she completes commencement within the coming years.
“Today will stay very memorable for me as I’ve joined Assam Police. I wish to thank the state authorities for this honour. Within the coming days, I’ll attempt to do nicely in my sports activities and convey extra glory to the state. I search your blessings for all my future endeavours,” Borgohain stated.
The boxer from Barpathar in Golaghat district of Assam, who received a bronze medal within the welterweight class within the Tokyo Video games in Japan, has publicly made it recognized that she’s not content material with a bronze-medal end and go all out for gold within the 2024 Olympics in Paris, France.
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