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Rathore upset over conditions at Vidhyadhar Nagar Stadium

DNJAI81205 | 10/14/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :753 | City-Bangalore



Jaipur: Sports minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, during a surprise visit to city's Vidhyadhar Nagar Stadium on Friday, was shocked to witness the lack of facilities and mismanagement at the stadium. What miffed the minister further was when he found one coach without any detail of coaching schedule with him. Later, Rathore speaking to media, said that the coaches have the details of the schedules and other details relating to coaching with them, but they were missing in this case. He went around the stadium and also found that there was no washroom for women even though he could spot female players practicing in the stadium.
" There was no ladies toilets. They should be built as soon as possible," Rathore po
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