Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Thursday congratulated the Women’s Archery team on winning gold at the 10th All India Police Archery in Noida, Uttar Pradesh.
• CM Himanta’s Twitter statement:
Heartiest congratulations to @assampolice Women’s Archery Team on bagging gold🥇 in the 10th All India Police Archery held at Noida, UP.— Himanta Biswa Sarma (@himantabiswa) November 11, 2021
Kudos to Hav Binuma Brahma (10th APbn); Wubc Rita Basumatary (Goalpara DEF); WPC Anima Majhi (2nd APTF); WPC Binamoni Rabha (1st APTF). pic.twitter.com/4l3lCUGFPL
Praising their efforts, CM Himanta on Twitter wrote: “Heartiest congratulations to Assam Police Women’s Archery Team on bagging gold in the 10th All India Police Archery held at Noida, UP. Kudos to Hav Binuma Brahma (10th APbn); Wubc Rita Basumatary (Goalpara DEF); WPC Anima Majhi (2nd APTF); WPC Binamoni Rabha (1st APTF).”
• Some ‘To-know’s’ about the All India Police Archery Championship (AIPSCB) event
Around 350 men and women are expected to compete in the 10th All India Police Archery Championship, which began on Tuesday at the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) campus.
According to the ITBP, the event began on November 9 and will end on November 13.
The competition features about 20 teams from state police forces, central police organisations, and central armed police forces.
The first All India Police Games (AIPSCB) was held in 1951, and archery was added to the All India Police Sports Control Board’s roster in 2013.