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Khel Rattan Shri Abhay Singh Chautala  

THE PRESIDENT 

Abhay Singh Chautala


KHEL RATAN Abhay Singh Chautala (born on 14th February) is younger son of Chaudhary Om Prakash Chautala and Smt. Sneh Lata. He has been actively associated with politics since his student days but after having done his B.A. in jumped in active politics. He started his political career by contesting election for the membership of his village Panchayat and severed as Upsarpanch of Chautala village Panchayat for one term. Then he went on to contest election from Rori Assembly Constituency held in the year 2000 and won the seat with a record number of votes.

He forcefully raised the issues pertaining to the development needs of his constituency as a member of Haryana Legislative Assembly he served the people of his constituency by opening new educational institutions, building much needed roads and bridges, primary health centers and also provided other basic facilities to better the living conditions of the people. When he represented Rori constituency in the Haryana assembly, he successfully pleaded for opening one Government Engineering College “Jananayak Chaudhary Devi Lal Memorial College” at Panniwala Mota.

He believes that it is primary duty of the society and the government to provide facilities for education to girls so that they could be empowered in real terms. To meet this end, he has opened “Shrimati Haraki Devi Memorial College for Women,” where poor but meritorious girls are provided free boarding and lodging and fee concession. To bring the girls to the institution, free transportation facility is provided to those students who live in the nearby villages. Since he evinces keen interest in the development of education in rural areas, the members of the society running Gandhi Gramothan Vidyapith, Sangria approached him with a request to lend his helping hand in overcoming economic crisis being faced by it. He agreed and working as its president for the last about a dozen years has not only turned the society in surplus of funds but also facilitated opening of several job oriented and professional courses to meet the fast emerging scenario of globalization of economy. He was elected as an MLA from Darba Kalan in by-election held in the year 2000.

In early 2005, he turned back to grass roots level politics and joined the lection fray for the membership of Zila Parishad. He was elected President of the Zila Parishad, Sirsa District in 2005 and is presently holding this assignment with distinction. He won the by-election from Ellanabad Constituency for Haryana Assembly in 2009. He entered the Haryana Vidhan Sabha for the second time as a custodian of the voice of the common people in general and the youth of the state in particular. He took great interest in the promotion of sports and games and as an MLA pushed the idea of popularizing and promoting sports in the rural areas in general and among girls of Haryana in particular.

As a result of his persistent effort the State Government adopted a new sports policy aimed at popularizing the sports and games, opening of rural stadiums in various parts of the State and increased diet allowance of the sports persons, reserved some per cent seats in government educational institutions and jobs in addition to promising handsome incentives and cash prizes to the sports persons winning medals in the Olympics, Asian Games, Common Wealth Games and the like international sports and games competitions. In recognition to his services to the cause of sports and games, he was elected president of Haryana Olympic Association and the Vice President of the Indian Olympic Association. In addition, he is a no non-sense youth leader who believes in hard and result oriented work. He himself is a tireless worker and never shows signs of fatigue even though at times he devotes day and night towards hectic political activities. He does not hesitate to call a spade a spade. He loses no time to identify the flatterers and self seekers as he does not like sycophancy of any sort and even does not hesitate snubbing such elements publicly. He believes in doing the work in a thorough manner and always remains busy in furthering the cause of his political party namely the Indian National Lok Dal. He is a worker among the leaders and leader among the party workers and does not hold any post in the party organization. Over the years, he has emerged as a youth leader with mass appeal especially among the youth of the country.DrRajpalSingh 10:51, 1 April 2012 (EDT)

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BIO DATA OF THE SECRETARY GENERAL

Dr. M S Malik, IPS, (Retd)

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Chandigarh, Aug 4 (UNI) Haryana ...
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Chandigarh, Aug 4 (UNI) Haryana Olympic Association (HOA) general secretary Dr Mahinder Singh Malik, IPS (Retd) gave a a warm send off to the Youth Baton Relay at Palari, the last village of Haryana, this afternoon.
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Speaking on the occasion, Dr Malik criticised the Haryana Government for "playing politics in sports.""Despite finance constraints the HOA is facing, the apex sports body of the state is trying its best to provide all possible assistance to the players for their training and participation in the national and international games," said Dr Malik.
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Dr Malik, a former president of the Wrestling Federation of India said the credentials of other sportspersons must have been considered and justic done to others."Similarly, Pritam Thakaran, the best Indian forward and captain of the Indian team, should have also been enrolled as DSP on the basis of her outstanding credentials," said Dr Malik.He was at pain when he pointed out that only three Indian wrestlers, including Yogeshwar Dutt of Haryana, qualified for the 2008 Beijing Olympics while in 2004 seven Indians had represented India in the 2004 Athens Olympics. "The wrestling-graph of India is going rapidly downward rapidly," said Malik.Regarding the Youth Baton Relay honours given to Haryana, Dr Malik thanked Indian Olympic Association president Suresh Kalmadi for this kind gesture.
CHANDIGARH: Dr Mahinder Singh ...
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CHANDIGARH: Dr Mahinder Singh Malik, vice president of the Asian AssociatedWrestling Committee and member of International Wrestling Federation (FILA) congratulated the Indian team for the 'marked improvement' in the World Wrestling Championship held t Guangzhou (China) from September 25 to October 1.Keeping in view the wrestlers' fine display in the various recent international competitions, Dr Malik urged the Indian Government and the Sports Authority of India to send Indian wrestlers for training abroad for the coming Doha Asian Games. Malik, who is also president of the Haryana Wrestling Association, suggested that the men wrestlers should be sent for six-week training in Belarus while the women grapplers should be sent to Japan."The Indian Indian wrestlers should continue to train till the Doha Asiad.From Belarus and Japan, the Indian wrestlers should straight go to Doha.Wrestlers would be the best bet in the Indian contingent for winning medals in the Doha Asiad," Malik said.Praising the performance of the Indian team, Dr Malik, said that India on the second medal in the World Championship after a gap of 39 years as Alka Tomar of Uttar Pradesh clinched bronze medal in the 55 kg category for women.
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Appreciating the achievement of Yogeshwar Dutt who finished a creditable fifth in the 60 kg freestyle category, Malik said out of seven Indian participants in the freestyle competitions in various categories, three succeeded in securing among the first ten positions.
Womens wrestling news 07
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The bouts will commence at 9 a.m. Chandigarh UT Wrestling Association president Sumedh Singh, IPS, Director Vigilance, Punjab, will be the chief guest while Dr Mahinder Singh Malik, IPS, former Director General of Police, Haryana, will preside over the function.
According to Wrestling Federation of ...
www.wrestlegirl.com, 13 Dec 2006 
According to Wrestling Federation of India president Dr Mahinder Singh Malik, who is in Doha as a technical delegate, said that Geetika fought very good fight against Badrakh Odonchimeg of Mongolia by points (3-0) in the semi-final bout.Geetika did not allow her opponent to score any technical point.The Indian wrestler scored one technical points each in two round.She also scored three classification points.
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Dr Malik, who is also the vice-president of Asian Wrestling Federation, said from Doha that the freestyle bouts in the men's section will commence on December 13.
CHANDIGARH: The Management Committee ...
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CHANDIGARH: The Management Committee of the Jat Sabha Chandigarh, which met here today under the chairmanship of Dr Mahinder Singh Malik, former Director General of Police, Haryana, has decided to organise an on-the-spot poster making competitions for schools, free health camp and Basant Panchmi celebrations in 2007-2008. Announcing this here Wednesday after the meeting, Dr Malik, who is also secretary general of the Haryana Olympic Association said that aim of the Jat Sabha meeting was to make valuable contribution for the welfare of the society. The aim of on the poster making competitions for school children of the tricity and adjoining areas on November 17 at 10 a.m. at Jat Sabha in Sector 27 here, is to general creative spirit among the children and polish the existing potential among them. Entries close on November 14 at 5 p.m. at Jat Bhawan, 2-B, Sector 27-A, Madhya Marg, Chandigarh.Dr Malik said that with a view to widening the score of talent in this field and provides incentives to the deserving children, the competition has been divided into three categories -- Category A for class III to V, category B for class VI to VII and category C for class IX to XII. Announcing this here after the meeting, Jat Sabha president Dr MS Malik said that cash prizes would be given to the first three position holders in each category besides consolation prizes. The topic for poster competition is "drug abuse' which is most relevant.Jat Sabha and the Haryana Olympic Association are jointly organizing a seminar on Drug Abuses and Doping on December 9, Dr Malik said that prominent sports medicine experts, sports administrators and accredited officials of the World Anti Doping Agency (WADA) are eminent sports personalities would be the speakers during the seminar.

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