To minimize the fraud in the national and state level wrestling competition, the goverment operated wesltling federation of India(WFI) has made Aadhaar card coumpulsory for all the wrestler cadet for the tournament.

To minimize the fraud in the national and state level wrestling competition. The goverment operated wesltling federation of India(WFI) has made Aadhaar card coumpulsory for all the wrestler cadet for the tournament.
According to federation, there has been many case of the fraud apart from the age frauds, this move will also put a pause on the activity on the dishonest players who is furnishing the ill legal domicile certificate that they ill legally change their state domicile without a proper authorization or without no objection certificate (NOC) from their parents.
“We have seen wrestlers moving to different states once they neglect to qualify from their state where they were conceived. Once an Aadhaar card is submitted, we will know the age and the habitation. We will enter these subtle elements in our information base. The Aadhaar number will be his character and it will be specified in the investment rundown of competitions,” Saran said clarifying the idea behind the new rule. The league is additionally hoping to check, what the WFI president Brij Bhushan Singh Saran calls, the “over-impedance of private offices and operators with the wrestlers in national camps.” “they have seen numerous wrestlers sign contracts with private organizations and later these offices meddle with our wrestlers and the alliance. They have to get directions to check this marvel.”
“We have seen wrestlers moving to different states once they neglect to qualify from their state where they were conceived. Once an Aadhaar card is submitted, we will know the age and the house. We will enter these subtle elements in our information base. The Aadhaar number will be his character and it will be specified in the support rundown of competitions,” Saran said clarifying the idea behind the new rule.The organization is likewise hoping to check, what the WFI president Brij Bhushan Singh Saran calls, the “over-impedance of private offices and specialists with the wrestlers in national camps.”

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