Deepti Sharma, a key member of the Indian women's cricket team, who won the hearts of people with her all-round performance in the country and the world, has been honored by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Deepti Sharma has been made DSP by CM Yogi.
CM Yogi handed over the joining letter: India's famous female cricketer Deepti Sharma has been made DSP by the Uttar Pradesh government. Along with this, he has also been given a prize money of Rs 3 crore. After the honor received by Deepti, there is a wave of happiness among the family and the townspeople. At the same time, Deepti has said that after becoming a cricketer, the post of DSP has given her another opportunity to serve the country. Along with this, his responsibilities have increased further. She will play better for the country. CM Yogi Adityanath honored him with the award in a program organized in Lucknow on Sunday.
Deepti Sharma's father Shri Bhagwan Sharma, resident of Avadhpuri Colony, Agra, is retired from Railways. She used to go to play in the field with her brother Sumit. Seeing Deepti's passion for cricket since childhood, her brother supported her. At the age of 12, Deepti was selected in the Uttar Pradesh team. In the year 2014, Deepti got selected in the Indian women's cricket team. After this Deepti did not look back. With his all-round game, he performed brilliantly on the tour of New Zealand.
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Medal-winning daughters who brought glory to the state in the Asian Games held in China were honored in a program organized in Lucknow on the occasion of Republic Day. Players were given prize money. Also, gold medalist Parul Chaudhary was given appointment letter for the post of Deputy SP. Parul Chaudhary has got the post of DSP in the police department. His first posting has not been decided. During the felicitation ceremony, a cash amount of Rs 3 crore was given to the gold medalist, Rs 1.50 crore to the silver medalist and Rs 75 lakh to the bronze medalist. Apart from this, the participating players were also given honorarium.
Recently, the Board of Control for Cricket in India also honored the players for their achievements. For the first time since 2019, the board has given awards to the players. In this ceremony held in Hyderabad, Deepti Sharma has been selected as India's International Cricketer of the Year in the women's category for the year 2023. Along with Agra's daughter Deepti Sharma, Poonam Yadav and Preeti Dimri have also played for Indian women's cricket. Whereas former Indian team captain and railway team selector Hemlata Kala has represented the Indian team from Agra for the first time.