Ashwani Kumar, Samvad News Agency, Hisar (Haryana)
Updated Wed, 16 December 2020 04:45 AM IST
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Sony is the third of eight siblings. Sony’s income is saving the house. Sony repairs buses at Hisar depot every day. Everyone is surprised to see Sony’s work. Not only that, Sony has also been the best player in the martial arts quintet Sylhet game. Sony’s father Narsi passed away on January 27, 2019 due to illness. Mother Meena Devi is a house builder. Significantly, Sony joined the post of Mechanical Helper at Hisar Depot on January 31, 2019.
Won three consecutive gold medals in the Nationals
Sony has won three consecutive gold medals in the national martial arts competition in the Panchak Silat sport. Sony got a job as a mechanical helper at Hisar Depot under sports quota. Panchak Silat is a safe form of martial art, as it does not allow participants to hit their opponents in the face.
Dad inspired to play
The father’s dream was to become a daughter athlete and put a medal in the country bag. Sony started playing in the year 2016 at the behest of his father. Also won three consecutive gold medals. He got a job in Group D under sports quota.
First Kabaddi started Punch Sylhet again To play
Soni initially started playing kabaddi in his village Rajali but the entire kabaddi team was not formed. One day he met Sonia, a friend from the village. Meanwhile, Sonia asked Sony to join the Punch Sylhet game. A few days later, Sony set foot in the sport and started bringing medals.