He is a one man army, trying to rescue a sport affected by a tsunami like calamity. What Prof. Paramjit Singh Randhawa does is worth taking note of if not worth emulating.
Like most Indians, Randhawa too wants to improve hockey. But he does not just sit and worry about hockey and its future.
He calls up school authorities and motivates them to do something for hockey. He briefs them patiently about the values and history of hockey, and throws ideas open to them, as ...
“Why should they hit others, inflict injuries - is it sports?” wondered Harjeet Kaur recently, mother of three grown up children.
She was referring to her son, Ronnie Jagday, who played for Canada.
“Ronnie never let me know the injuries he suffered from. He never complained to me. But I know how much the little boy had to take on his body. He did not complain to me since I would object to him playing the game. My request to all those who play hockey is simple - play...
Developing sustained passion for Hockey by introduction of Hockey to pre and early teenaged children and simultaneously promoting playing sport as a culture and tradition, thereby contributing to develop a sports loving society.