Former women's kabaddi coach threatens to return her awards
Gurugram: Sunil Dabas, the former coach of national women kabaddi team has warned that she will relinquish her awards if there is no action on the people that tried to take her life on Wednesday night.
She has been conferred with Dronacharya award in 2012 and Padma Shri in 2014 for her contribution in her field. Presently, she is working as a sports professor in Dronacharya Government College.
Dabas said that she was distraught as the people who tried to kill her, threatened that they will not stop at this and will try to harm her again.
Shockingly all this occurred at her residence that is in close proximity to the commissioner office and the mini- secretariat. She also plans to meet Chief Minister ML Khattar and make him aware of the incident.
A group of miscreants barged into her residence and tried to mow her down after she had raised objections over the illegal construction that was being carried out in the government land.
As soon as Dabas realised that one of the SUV's that had the number plate of Chandigarh tried to kill her she used her athletic skills to climb the boundary wall of her house and then throw stones at her attackers. She had also called the police helpline number.
She was shocked when she realised that it was not one vehicle but some more vehicles containing around 15 to 20 men that had come to harm her adversely. After 30 minutes of the incident, two policemen arrived in their bike and rescued the athlete where she was admitted in the hospital for treatment.
Police has registered the case under Sections of 289 (negligence), 506 (criminal intimidation), 336 (endangering personal safety), 323 (causing hurt) of IPC and prevention to damage of public property act.