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Aug 06, 2018
6:31PM

Centre urges all States to enforce 2011 Sports Code

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The Centre has urged all states to enforce the 2011 Sports Code so that it is followed by the state federations. 

Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore said in Rajya Sabha today that Sports Code of 2011 lays down very specific guidelines as to how the elections will be conducted. 

He said the Sports Ministry has written a letter to all Chief Ministers requesting them to enforce the Sports Code. 

Rathore said some sports federations have been derecognised because of certain lacunae in their functioning. The Minister said the Centre deals with matters relating to the national level sports federations and not with the matters relating to their state/UT associations, including holding of their elections. 

Mr. Rathore said sports is a state subject and therefore the states make the law.
 

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