Mahanaryaman Jyotiraditya Scindia bestows the certificate of World Book of Records to Gyanveer Sewa Samiti of Sagar
For organizing biggest tournament in the world with 580 teams playing in the tournament with 9500 team players involving 300 management team members at Surkhi (Sagar).
Sagar: Solicitor Santosh Shukla (President and CEO, World Book of Records) has announced that Gyanveer Sewa Samiti of Sagar, Madhya Pradesh, India has been adjudicated by World Book of Records for organizing biggest tournament in the world with 580 teams playing in the tournament with 9500 team players involving 300 management team members at Surkhi (Sagar) Madhya Pradesh. The certificate was bestowed to Shri Govind Rajput (Cabinet minister, Government of Madhya Pradesh), Shri Akash Govind Rajput (Organizer) by Shri Mahanaryaman Scindia (Son of Shri Jyotiraditya Scindia, Union Minister of Civil Aviation, Government of India), Dr. Tithi Bhalla, Shri Himanshu Tiwari and Ms. Shreya Tiwari (officials WBR) along with dignitaries. Significantly, the mission and ambition behind the tournament were to eradicate the differences between castes, status, and race. Gyanveer Sewa Samiti chose cricket as a bridge to connect the rural and urban, the lower and the upper caste, the rich and the poor. The underprivileged do not have the opportunity and equipment and keeping that in mind, their equipment including bat/ball and t-shirts have been provided to all the players by organizer. The organizer said that the mission was to build unity amongst the community and to maintain equality between all kinds of castes and the status quo.