They are the criminal catchers for the rest of the year! However, during the India fantasy kabaddi game season, they reveal out their player’s side to the sports lovers.
Imagine a scenario, you are a criminal (kidding) and you are in jail. You have got permission to watch TV and kabaddi games are airing on it. The TV screen is big, of course, our government will arrange for that. The light is dim and your other inmates are gazing at the screen as well. Suddenly you notice that the policeman who has thrown you in that place is running to you saying “kabaddi, kabaddi, kabaddi.”
Online kabaddi games have turned the fortunes of the kabaddi sport. And it is getting its due recognition due to fantasy sports platform like 11wickets.com
There are a number of police kabaddi players, who play or have played in the previous season of Indian fantasy kabaddi league. Let us introduce you to 5 of them. Read on the post to know about them:
Mahendra Ganesh Rajput
The raider who was seen in the kabaddi team Gujarat Fortune Giants, Mahendra Ganesh Rajput works Maharashtra Police as an officer. He has played 32 matches in the league and the lanky raider has picked up a total of 103 points which include 95 raid points.
He is the defender of Bengal Warriors for the first three season. In the 4th season, Bajirao Hodage played for Patna Pirates and helped them in their second win. Like Mahendra Ganesh Rajput, Bajirao too is working for the Maharashtra Police force. Both the officers practice with the state department team and have won many tournaments together.
This experienced raider last seen in Puneri Paltan is the DSP of Haryana Police Department. He had missed the inaugural season of Indian kabaddi league due to his official departmental training.
The current kabaddi skipper of the Indian kabaddi team, Ajay Thakur is the DSP of Himachal Police. He has played for Bengaluru Bulls, Puneri Paltan and Tamil Thalaivas in earlier 5 seasons. His calm demeanour in the games when under pressure earned him a nickname “iceman.”
Anup Kumar has played for U Mumba in the first five seasons and for Jaipur team in the 6th season. He, however, serves the nation when he is not on mat. He is also employed as a Deputy Commissioner of Police in Haryana. In 2018, Anup has declared his retirement from the kabaddi sport.
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