Major Dhyan Chand still not getting Bharat Ratna

Another year passed after Major Dhyanchand, known as Hockey Sports Magician. It has been 40 years since Dadda died on Tuesday, but there is a voice that is not taking the name of pause. Voice of Dhyanchand being awarded the Bharat Ratna, the highest civilian honor of the country. This thing is different, after the UPA government, the NDA government is not even paying attention to this voice. While the campaign to give Bharat Ratna to Dhyanchand is gaining popularity on social media, the demand to put this demand in Parliament once again has been taken. In the campaign to provide this honor to Facebook Dadda, veteran hockey players including BCCI President Sourav Ganguly are uploading their videos. At the same time, Navneet Kaur Rana, MP from Amravati, has decided to place Dadda in the Parliament demanding Bharat Ratna.

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When the campaign will end: According to information received from sources, Ashok Kumar, son of Dhyanchand and well-known hockey player is happy that people are campaigning for his father in a big way, but the sad thing is that the father A campaign is going on to get their rights. The true tribute to Dadda will come when the continuation of these campaigns ends and he will get his right. Navneet Kaur Rana revealed in a report that when Prime Minister Narendra Modi has so much praise for Dadda in Mann Ki Baat, there is no reason behind awarding Bharat Ratna. She wants that she gets this honor and for this, she is going to raise her voice in the Lok Sabha.

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Digital campaign launched by Bhubaneswar's emblem: While it is learned that the matter is 2016, Dilip Tirkey took a march to Jantar Mantar to give Bharat Ratna to Dadda. Prateek Kumar Mishra of Bhubaneswar also attended this march. Prateek felt that three years had passed in March but nothing happened. He then decided to launch a digital campaign on Facebook. 10,000 people have joined this campaign. Among them are Sourav Ganguly, hockey player Mir Ranjan Negi, Harbinder Singh, Sameer Dad, Vineet Kumar, and many well-known personalities. Prateik reveals that on the death anniversary of Dadda, he is now going to launch a signature campaign.

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