Yadwinder Singh Toor: Ever since, the Indian society has looked upon girls with a negative eye. In older times, they were just simple women living inside the four walls of a house. But with the passage of time, tides have seemed to change their course as the attitude of people towards girls has changed. Although, this behavior can not be completely changed, but yes, to some extent, people in the community have changed their views regarding girls. A reason behind this change of thoughts can be assumed that illiteracy is being eradicated among the people. But somewhere people still have been unable to change their thinking at the present time. Many such stories from today’s society come to the forefront of the day where girls are beginning to seen with a better view. However, some way or the other one cannot completely agree to it as still many cases can be seen where girls feel insecure. Even then, Indian girls struggle to stand on their own and make their parents’ name bright. Whether it is in the field of education or sports, the girls should be given salutes who work hard and bring colors to their parents’ names. Judo Karate Championship. Ramanpreet Kaur Dhindsa of Alamgir village in Ludhiana district of Punjab once again proved that girls should not be counted less. In the field of education, girls have always fluttered their flags. Now, in the field of sports, they have come into the same field that of boys. Ramanpreet Kaur, who is just 10 years of age, recently secured first place in the Open District Judo Karate Championship competition. Ramanpreet Kaur is a sixth-grade student in Sacred Soul Convent Senior Secondary School, Dugri.Raman’s father Sukhwinder Singh told that Raman had been taking judo training since last two months. He added that it is a great achievement as she didn’t just participate for the first time in a District level competition, but also stood first. Ramanpreet Kaur Dhindsa, who also tops in academics, told that she is very fond of sports and that is why she won the Judo championship. Ramandeep had already trained for two months and took part in school level games and during which she got the opportunity to play in Junior and Sub-Junior Games organized in Jalandhar. She played at her best and made a place for herself at the district level. Ramanpreet’s teachers and family congratulated her on her big achievement at such a small age. Judo Karate Championship.At present, a very few families are there who motivate their daughters to move on their own. Ramanpreet’s family is one of them and her family says that they are ready to provide all kind of sports facilities to Ramanpreet in the near future. Even if the present-day governments come forward to promote such children then the daughters of Punjab can bring laurels to the state and their families. Today, many women players in India are facing embarrassment due to the government’s failures. Examples of which can be taken from some of the past incidents of misbehavior with the players. It includes the names of many famous sports persons. Well, we pray for Ramanpreet Kaur that God blesses this girl to play with strength and work hard. At the same time, we also urge the other players from the country to fight against the corrupt systems of the government.
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