Archery Association of India goes for polls

January 18, 2020, Delhi, Chandigarh


  • The suspended and faction-ridden Archery Association of India will hope for a new beginning when it goes to polls in New Delhi on Saturday on the directions of the Delhi High Court.
  • Union Minister Arjun Munda and retired IAS officer BVP Rao will be up against each other for the post of the AAI president while Pramod Chandurkar and Maha Singh are the candidates for the secretary’s post.
  • The two groups led by Munda and Rao had in June last year elected themselves as presidents, in two separate elections held simultaneously in New Delhi and Chandigarh, leading to AAI’s suspension by the World Archery.

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