Delhi government intervenes after bureaucrats walk dogs in stadium

Delhi government intervenes after bureaucrats walk dogs in stadium

Hours after Indian Express’s exclusive report that the prominent Delhi Stadium was closed for sports activities earlier than usual for IAS officials to walk dogs at the facility, Prime Minister Albind Keziwar announced all of the city. Instructed to keep the state sports facility open For athletes by 10 pm.

Indian Express today forced athletes and coaches from the Delhi government-run Thyagraj Stadium to finish training earlier than usual (by 7 pm) for Delhi’s Principal Secretary (income) Sanjeev Khirwar. He reported that he was complaining about it. After about 30 minutes, let the dog walk at the facility.

“I used to train under the lights from 8 pm to 8:30 pm, but I was asked to leave the ground by 7 pm so that police officers could take the dog to the ground. The training and practice routine was interrupted. “The newspaper quoted the coach.

When contacted by the newspaper, Khirwar reportedly described the claim as “absolutely wrong.” He admitted to taking pets to the facility for a walk “sometimes”, but denied that it would disrupt the athlete’s practice routine.