Rajgarh’s son Ankush won a gold medal in boxing in Punjab

 Ankush, son of Rajgarh area, has brought glory to the state and the region by winning the gold medal in the Punjab Inter University Boxing Competition. Ankush Banolta is originally a resident of Dhali Dibbar of Rajgarh block and these days he is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education from Shaheed Kanshiram Bhagos Majra College, Patiala. Ankush has brought glory to his college and parents by winning the gold medal in the weight category of 71 to 75 kg in the inter-university boxing competition held at Maharana Bhupendra Singh Hazari University, Patiala on December 2. There is an atmosphere of happiness in the entire Pazhota and Rasumander after Ankush wins the gold medal. Now Ankush has been selected for the sports competition of All India University where he will show his talent in boxing.
Ankush has completed his primary education from Government Primary School Dhali, secondary from Dibbar, and 12th class from Government Senior Secondary School Devthi Mazgaon. After this, Ankush completed his graduation from Degree College, Solan. During his student life, Ankush has participated in competitions in Taekwondo and Boxing many times and has also won awards.
Ankush said in an interview that he prefers to participate in individual sports. He said that he started boxing at Devthi Mazgaon School. He gives credit for this to his physical teacher Kamlesh Thakur, with whose inspiration he has achieved this position. He said that although he participates in all sports, he has a great interest in boxing, taekwondo and kickboxing.
Let us tell you that Ankush’s father Sahi Ram Banolta is working in the Jal Shakti Department and his mother Mangesh Banolta is a housewife. Ankush’s parents are very happy with their son’s achievement. They say that Ankush has been a very promising child since childhood and along with his studies, he has been actively participating in all types of sports. Pachhad MLA Reena Kashyap has congratulated Ankush’s parents on winning the gold medal. 

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