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600 PFI and KFD activists, I will always be grateful to him.fresh and different, Players representing India have routinely won gold medals at Asian and World level tournaments that have drawn participants and medalists from countries as unlikely as Iran,China and Pakistan Apart from hosting tournaments the YFI routinely hosts camps across the country Of the thousands of players — YFI’s term for participants — in their national championships several have won plaudits on national TV Others have taken their skills overseas opening yoga schools across the world Vipul Bhatti has done both Termed “the rubber man” by a judge on the TV show India’s Got Talent Bhatti has now started teaching students in China Other former participants turned coaches are holding session with over 20000 people in South Korea on June 21 says Deo Dutt All this seemingly ties in perfectly with the PM’s desire to promote yoga in the world And yet considering its history and contribution to the cause the YFI doesn’t feature as prominently in the government’s plans for the occasion While several players and participants of YFI camps will be at India Gate the federation itself has not been involved with the organisation of the event The organisation has in fact been searching for a place in the sun for some time now “We were recognised by the Indian Olympic Association until 2011 At that point when V K Malhotra was the interim IOA chief a clause was removed that saw us and 38 other federations including the School Games Federation of India de-recognised” says Dutt Non-recognition has generally meant difficulty in attracting sponsors and making it tougher for players to make the most of the sports quota for government jobs and admission to colleges As such while YFI secretary Ashok Agarwal’s ultimate goal is to take yoga to every corner of the country his immediate goal is more modest — to get YFI recognised by the Sports Ministry and the IOA “I have been writing to each Prime Minister and Sports Minister since 1971 asking for their support to make yoga a legitimate sport in India I wrote to Prime Minister Modi in December last year We have received a response and I am optimistic that things will move forward this time” Aggarwal says Adds Dutt “The PM is doing his bit to make yoga popular He has got the United Nations to recognise a day as International Yoga Day AAYUSH has gone from a department to an independent Ministry So we are grateful” Yash Parashar 25 who had to raise funds to pay for his travel to the Asian Championship says attitudes towards yoga are changing “In the past when I would tell people I won medals in a yoga competition they would laugh But because there is a lot more awareness now it was much easier for me to raise money” But Parasher hopes for more “At the end of the day the funds came from private organisations That won’t always be possible For the last nationals in Hyderabad travel expenses came to nearly Rs 5000 per person Many of the participants are from poor families There needs to be some government support I appreciate what the government is doing all over the world but we would like some help at home too” he says For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNegi took one to completely derail Jharkhand’s chase.any support from the other end with only Kaushal Singh (11)? “Yes, Ali Fazal also plays the romantic lead opposite Vidya Balan in ‘Bobby Jasoos’.