Kabaddi returns after long hiatus; ‘this’ state to host the tournament

Kabaddi tournaments, like other sports, had been postponed for the past several months due to Corona. But now, like other sports, kabaddi is making a comeback. A grand national-level kabaddi tournament has been organized in Meghanwas village of Mahendragarh district in the state of Haryana. The tournament is being organized with the help of villagers.

The tournament starts on October 14 and 15. Gujarat Fortune Giants captain Sunil Malik informed about this tournament by sharing the story on Instagram. Star Kabaddi players Parvesh Bhanswal, Surender Nada, Vikash Kandola and Pawan Kumar Sehrawat from Pro Kabaddi will also be present during the tournament.

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Prize money of Rs 81,000 has been set aside for the winning team in this tournament. The second-place team will have prize money of Rs 51,000. The entrance fee for this competition is Rs 1100.