All India police judo championship in Delhi begins today
New Delhi: The second edition of All India police judo championships starts on Tuesday as 1100-odd judokas participate in the tournament at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium here on Tuesday.
The five-day tournament, which will end on April 21, is being hosted by border guarding force Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) and 34 central and state police forces will be participating in the event.
SSB Director General R K Mishra on Monday unveiled the logo and mascot of the games.
The four games that will be held as part of the tournament, include Judo, Wushu, Taekwondo and Gymnastics.
"A total of 1,114 players, that include 800 male and 314 female participants, are taking part in the event. This is the second edition of these police games," a senior official said.
The Opening ceremony will be hosted on Tuesday by BSF DG KK Sharma, where prominent Arjuna and Dronacharya Awardees in the relevant field will be felicitated.
The inaugural edition of the Championship was hosted by West Bengal Police in 2016, who are also among participants this year.